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Earlier this week, Cingular and Lucent announced that they had touched 3 megabits per second in download speeds on their purpose built HSDPA network. Now Motorola has announced that it has achieved 2.9 megabits per second in its European trials. HSDPA technology goes commercial later this […]

Earlier this week, Cingular and Lucent announced that they had touched 3 megabits per second in download speeds on their purpose built HSDPA network. Now Motorola has announced that it has achieved 2.9 megabits per second in its European trials. HSDPA technology goes commercial later this year in some parts of the world.

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  1. Nova’s News – Psychology, Money, Politics, Business and Life Wednesday, December 31, 1969

    Two Years Two Wait For High Speed On My Phone? AHHHHH

    Per OM MALIK – 2.9 and 3.0 MBs are on the way to your phone, but not anytime soon. They are still testing the technology. I’d pay $100/month to have this right now. He he……

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