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    Interesting read for those wondering why their PRL or speeds are not as high as they want in their city. For example, Chicago cant seem to find a good cricket PRL but it may be due to the cell infrastructure and not the PRL.

    ""Verizon Wireless wins the award in the Windy City through a well-balanced combination of fast downloads, speedy uploads and excellent reliability. Both AT&T and T-Mobile actually delivered higher download speeds than Verizon 4G LTE, but neither carrier could match the other two parts of our equation, especially Verizon's 96-99-percent reliability rating. Verizon's LTE download speeds are half what we saw in 2011, but 8Mbps is still nothing to complain about.

    Meanwhile, Sprint clearly needs help in Chicago, as many of our tests didn't even make the 144kbps threshold to be called "3G." Sprint's 3G download speeds crashed between 2011 and 2012, dropping from about 600kbps to more like 400kbps on average.""

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiseoldman View Post
    Interesting read for those wondering why their PRL or speeds are not as high as they want in their city. For example, Chicago cant seem to find a good cricket PRL but it may be due to the cell infrastructure and not the PRL.

    ""Verizon Wireless wins the award in the Windy City through a well-balanced combination of fast downloads, speedy uploads and excellent reliability. Both AT&T and T-Mobile actually delivered higher download speeds than Verizon 4G LTE, but neither carrier could match the other two parts of our equation, especially Verizon's 96-99-percent reliability rating. Verizon's LTE download speeds are half what we saw in 2011, but 8Mbps is still nothing to complain about.

    Meanwhile, Sprint clearly needs help in Chicago, as many of our tests didn't even make the 144kbps threshold to be called "3G." Sprint's 3G download speeds crashed between 2011 and 2012, dropping from about 600kbps to more like 400kbps on average.""
    Good find. I find that in most places I've traveled AT&T > Verizon when it comes to data. Some stuff posted today pointed to Verizon being the victor in overall contests.
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