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Sprint 3G/4G vs Straight Talk 3G/3.5G Speed Test **Straight Talk no longer sells ATT sims**

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Published on Mar 9, 2012

Speed test comparison of Sprint 3G and 4G on the Epic 4G Touch vs The Samsung Galaxy Note running on Straight Talks MVN. I don't know what is going on with Sprint, but ever since they made this big stink about the Iphone coming to the network the 3G network has gone to hell. As you can see I barely get .16mbps on the down stream.

If Sprint would have fully deployed the Wimax network instead of stopping mid deployment and going with LTE I probably would not complain, and service would not be as spotty as it is. Hence I would not have to rely on their shotty 3g service.

Unfortunately Sprint cant keep the speeds over .16kbps during the day, but at night they are fine I can get about 900-1.4mbps. In the day however good luck. Your experience may be different, but for now I will stick with straight talk.

NOTE: Straight Talk is no longer selling ATT SIM cards. They only sell Tmobile Sims now. I do not suggest using Tmobile sims unless you KNOW for sure that your phone supports their network. ATT and TMobile use different bandwidths for data ATT phones typically do NOT support TMobiles 3g HSPA+ data. You will be able to make calls and use the slower edge network, but 4g speeds are out. Typically Google Nexus devices support the Tmobile 3g HSPA+ network. For now ATT sims are no longer for sale from Straight Talk.


Straight Talk 45 a month: http://www.straighttalk.com/ShopSims

Net 10 (same as straight talk): http://www.net10sim.com/

TMo Monthly 4g 30 and up http://prepaid-phones.t-mobile.com/mo...

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