Saturday, May 15, 2010

AT&T plans to get 14.4Mbps 3G to 250m people in 2010

<img align='left' src='' border='0' width='176' height='120' />AT&T's John Stankey at a New York City event today surprised the industry by revealing that the carrier's upgrade to HSPA+ will be much larger than expected. It plans to have 14.4Mbps access rolled out far enough on its network to reach 250 million subscribers by the end of 2010. The speed-up should roughly double the 7.2Mbps speeds on offer today and will usually involve just software upgrades for cell sites....

[ Full story from MacNN | The Macintosh News Network ]

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