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O2 3G is being fixed now

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O2 clarifies 3G data speed situation

"The vast majority of our 3G customers are able to access the internet on their mobile device at speeds of up to 384 KBps or typically up to 1.3 MBps if they have an HSDPA-enabled device. The O2 network is fully HSDPA-enabled and we will be further increasing the maximum speeds available on HSDPA throughout the year, up to 7.2 MBps.

Because of a provisioning error, which came to our attention last week, a small proportion of our 3G customers have not been getting these higher speeds."

More at http://www.thinkbroadband.com/news/i/3510.html

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Cool. But are there many 7.6meg handsets out there yet?....

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Dunno. But it's available for future phones I guess. :D

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The Atom V from MWg is 7.2 ready...

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Typical - I was happy with O2 except with the 3G/HSDPA so I jumped ship to T-Mobile.

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