Saturday, March 26, 2011

AT&T finally fixing Atrix's and Inspire's upload speed

The folks over at Engadget are reporting that the Motorola Atrix 4G and HTC Inspire 4G are going to have their HSUPA activated in April.  HSUPA is high speed upload packet access.  It basically allows these phones to achieve a higher upload rate.  For some reason, AT&T blocked it on these two phones it advertises as 4G.  Which is really more like 3.5G, but that's another post.  I'm not sure weather to praise AT&T for fixing it relatively quickly when customers started complaining about it, or to condemn them for something that should have been enabled on a "4G" phone. 

7 comments:

  1. I'm glad they finally make 4g possible!

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  2. woah, New Zealand only just got 3G :/

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  3. I'm still using a piece of shit clamshell phone that says "Cingular" on it lol

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  4. Since T-Mobile was bought by AT&T i might actually get faster internet :)

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