Friday, June 19, 2009

Where Does AT&T 7.2Mbps Network Takes You And How

AT&T's 7.2Mbps network
Gizmodo has done a good job of explaing what AT&T's 7.2Mbps network does to your mobile communications pleasure. It is not much, even less for me as I constantly experience wireless nirvana (as it stands now) in my trips to Japan. (We even have 100M fiber to home for less than what we pay for our DSL line from AT&T, the DSL line which we had for almost a decade, still cannot reach full capacity due to a switch being too far away!). Tethering phones to laptops goes without asking in Japan as well and the excuse of high speeds draining batteries, yes but presented with a load of Bull. I have doubled my iPhone 3G's battery capacity with now where to go very fast in the USA.
But is is very interesting where we are regarding to network speeds. As Giz says The "S" in iPhone 3GS, which is for speed, is appropriate, as long as you on looks to past to compare.
I did some iPhone speed test a while back and not much has changed since then.
So for your answers on AT&T and other wireless networks follow th link below;


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