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How fast is AT LTE speed?

How fast is AT LTE speed?

What are AT’s advertised speeds? According to AT, 4G users can expect download speeds of 14–61 Mbps and upload speeds of 3–14 Mbps on average while using its wireless network. We gathered the data speeds of over 150,000 wireless users in 2020, and AT averaged a download speed of 28.9 Mbps.

How fast is AT 4G LTE in Mbps?

When 4G LTE results were separated out from 3G, AT had an even greater lead with download speeds of 29.1 Mbps – 10% faster than second place T-Mobile at 26.3 Mbps. Verizon and Sprint both clocked average speeds 25.9 Mbps for 4G LTE.

How do I check my AT Internet speed?

Launch the AT recommended speed test site at

  1. Enter your AT e-mail address to help us improve our service (optional)
  2. Click the START TEST button.
  3. Allow 30-60 seconds for your test results.
  4. Review the Download and Upload speed then compare it to your subscribed speed.

How fast is my 4G LTE?

Verizon 4G LTE wireless broadband is 10 times faster than 3G — able to handle download speeds between 5 and 12 Mbps (Megabits per second) and upload speeds between 2 and 5 Mbps, with peak download speeds approaching 50 Mbps. Cable speeds vary, but 4 to 12 Mbps are common.

Why is 5ge so bad?

But 5G phones can’t add as many 4G channels to a 5G channel. So if they’re in 5G mode, they’re giving up 4G channels so they can use that extremely narrow, often 5MHz 5G channel, and the result is slower performance: faux G. For AT, using a 5G phone in testing was often a step backward from our 4G-only phone.

How do I make my AT LTE faster?

How Can I Improve My 4G LTE or 5G Speed?

  1. Get a New Phone/Hotspot. If you’re using an old device, a new phone or hotspot may allow you to connect to new bands.
  2. Use External Antennas. Many hotspots from major carriers like AT, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile support external antenna ports.
  3. Use a Signal Booster.

Why am I getting LTE instead of 4G?

In laymans terms, the difference between 4G and LTE is that 4G is faster than LTE. The reason for this is that 4G meets the technical standards designated for it whereas LTE data transfer speed standard is merely a stopgap measure standard devised until actual 4G speed is realized.