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AT&T Upload Speed Fix Officially Trickling Out

AT&T Upload Speed Fix Officially Trickling Out

While there had been some murmuring that AT&T’s gimped HSUPA upload speeds were getting back to normal, we’ve now got official word that the software fix has been deployed and will roll out over the next two to three weeks.

Why AT&T Upload Speeds Went To Hell

Why AT&T Upload Speeds Went To Hell

The official word on the crappy upload speeds AT&T customers were seeing all around the United States: a software defect. It looks like Alcatel-Lucent’s equipment blew up, which crippled HSUPA performance. The bad news? The “appropriate software fix” is still coming.

Telstra Boosts Next G’s Uplink Speed To 5.8Mbps

Telstra Boosts Next G’s Uplink Speed To 5.8Mbps

You’ve got to give it to Telstra: Even though you pay for it dearly, their Next G network keeps advancing leaps and bounds beyond what any of the other networks have to offer. First there was the speed bump to 21Mbps download speeds, and now they’ve bumped up the upload…