What are the data transfer speeds of HSDPA/3G Broadband?

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What are the data transfer speeds of HSDPA/3G Broadband?

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Across Reading, Glasgow, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, selected London postcodes and UK Airports, 3G Broadband will use a maximum HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) speed of 7.2Mbps (offering typical speeds of 1.7 to 5.5Mbps). This will allow you to download a 5MB file in just 7 seconds – 14 times faster than using standard 3G. Within this area, Vodafone are also increasing upload speeds up to 1.44Mbps using HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access) – 10 times faster than 3G. Outside the HSUPA areas, Vodafone will continue to offer 1.4Mbps (with an average of 400-700kbps) and 384Kbps as per their Coverage map. The devices will switch seamlessly to GPRS when there is no HSDPA/HSUPA or 3G coverage. (Users may experience a delay when moving between different network technologies).

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A. Across selected London postcodes and UK Airports, 3G Broadband (http://www.airtimemanager.co.uk/datacard/broadband_wireless_products.aspx) will use a maximum HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) speed of 7.2Mbps (offering typical speeds of 1.7 to 5.5Mbps). This will allow you to download a 5MB file in just 7 seconds – 14 times faster than using standard 3G. Within this area, Vodafone are also increasing upload speeds up to 1.44Mbps using HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access) – 10 times faster than 3G. Outside the HSUPA areas, Vodafone will continue to offer 1.4Mbps (with an average of 400-700kbps) and 384Kbps as per their Coverage map (http://www.airtimemanager.co.uk/datacard/usb-modem-stick-coverage.aspx). The devices will switch seamlessly to GPRS when there is no HSDPA/HSUPA or 3G coverage (http://www.airtimemanager.co.uk/datacard/usb-modem-stick-coverage.aspx). (Users may experience a delay when moving between different network technologies).

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A. Across selected London postcodes and UK Airports, 3G Broadband will use a maximum HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) speed of 7.2Mbps (offering typical speeds of 1.7 to 5.5Mbps). This will allow you to download a 5MB file in just 7 seconds – 14 times faster than using standard 3G. Within this area, Vodafone are also increasing upload speeds up to 1.44Mbps using HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access) – 10 times faster than 3G. Outside the HSUPA areas, Vodafone will continue to offer 1.4Mbps (with an average of 400-700kbps) and 384Kbps as per their Coverage map. The devices will switch seamlessly to GPRS when there is no HSDPA/HSUPA or 3G coverage. (Users may experience a delay when moving between different network technologies).

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