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AT&T 3G in New Hampshire

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by Highline, Jul 11, 2008.

  1. Highline

    Highline New Member

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    How many of you are drooling for AT&T to launch its 3G build out here?

    I am checking my phone every ten minutes hoping it has been turned on :D
     
  2. dmarkson

    dmarkson New England Wireless Guru
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    LOL.

    So what do you think of AT&Ts voice quality in NH?
     
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  3. Highline

    Highline New Member

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    For the most part it is not too bad.

    I live in Hooksett off of Route 28. It is seriously the only place (Hooksett) that I get spotty coverage. I am REALLY hoping that UMTS will help!
     
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    Are they really rolling out UMTS? If im not mistaken UMTS has a max speed of like 384kbps or something. Someone please set me straight if I'm wrong. Why wouldn't they do HSDPA/HSUPA? I thought that was much faster.
     

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