AT&T tests LTE with 28Mbps speeds in lab

• 20/05/2011


After a change was made to the definition of 4G speeds, every carrier who got 14.4Mbps down could switch from calling it 3G+ or HSPA+ to 4G without having to do anything to their infrastructure. Such a marketing scam.

AT&T has been doing some testing with LTE, where they plan to launch 28Mbps down speeds by the end of this year in some markets. In their tests, they were able to consistently achieve “real world speeds” of 28.87Mbps down and 10.4Mbps Up link. That puts their current ’4G’ network speeds to shame. How will it fair against Verizon‘s LTE or Sprint’s WiMAX we’ll have to wait and see.

[Via – BGR]

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