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HSDPA vs HSPA

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I have noticed that my phone is using HSPA 11

Is this faster than HSPDA?

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HSPA:11 has a faster upload. Other than from what I can gather they both download at the same speed.

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Posted · Report post

and the ping is better too

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hspa is high speed packet access. hsdpa is download hsupa is upload speed. the class also denotes how fast a connection is although down and up are usually different ie class 11 is 7.2 mbits/sec down and 5.6 up.

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Posted · Report post

Where abouts do I check for that info ??

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Where abouts do I check for that info ??

Settings > About Phone > Status

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ok now im lost, probably a NZ network thingy

GPRS:1 is 2g enabled. I have to use this as i am in an area where 3g is sporadic and drops out frequently.

UMTS:3 is 3g enabled

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You are connected via wifi and this is a data connection mode. Turn off your wifi, turn on your mobile data and check again, it should change.

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You are connected via wifi and this is a data connection mode. Turn off your wifi, turn on your mobile data and check again, it should change.

Cheers, it still shows UMTS although hsdpa did flash up breifly ;D

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