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  • ttubravesrock (edited 1 year ago)

    The study showed that a mere 1.6 percent of German smartphone users can reach the promised internet speeds on their devices.

    What is that percentage for America? I don't even know what speed I'm promised. What is the speed of 4GLTE? I can't find anything from AT&T telling me what speed I'm promised for 4GLTE except that if I exceed 10GB of mobile hotspot on an unlimited plan I'm throttled to 128kbps.

    This article goes into what the actual speeds are, but I can't find anything saying what I'm promised. https://www.tomsguide.com/us/best-mobile-network,review-2942.html

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