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  1. I appreciate your reply. I am not sure why I don't always have 3G - I am literally "bathed in dark blue" on the AT&T coverage map. It's very strange. I started out with the Motorola Atrix 4G (loved that phone) but after 2 days of 3G speeds, it suddenly reversed the upload and download speeds. Very strange. It stayed like that for over a week with them trying to "relocate" me to a different tower several times. It finally eventually went back to normal, but we thought maybe it was a 4G phone/3G area problem, so I went to the Captivate (hated that phone). That worked well for a week, but I
  2. Hi all. I've been using this site for a looong time after becoming obsessed with my speeds on first Wild Blue and then Hughes Net. I work from home in the boonies of Missouri and dialup and satellite have been my only options. I just want to say a big Thank You! for this site. I recently started seeing 3G show up on my AT&T cell phone, so when my upgrade rolled around I bought an HTC Inspire 4G with the tethering data package to try to use for work. When it works right, I love it. When it doesn't work right, that's another story. Fortunately it seems to work well about 3 weeks out o

    AT&T Mobile Speeds

    I don't think so either, especially compared to my $130/month Hughes Net service . The only problem I've had with it is it will run numbers like this for a couple of weeks and then for a week or so the speeds both ways will either both drop down in the 200 to 300 range, or the download and upload speeds will be reversed, i.e. download in 200 to 300 range and upload in the 1.6 to 2.0 range. AT&T still hasn't figured that one out.

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    Very rural area in Missouri, fairly consistent with what I've been getting. I think I'm technically considered 3G according to AT&T's coverage map.
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