AT&T HSUPA network upgrade by June

22 May 2008

US telco AT&T said the remaining six markets would be connected to its 3.5G wireless broadband service by the end of June. The service will be available to customers who have HSPA-enabled devices, such as notebooks with AT&T’s Laptop Connect wireless modems. The upgraded network will increase upload capability to a maximum of 800kbps with download capability of 1.4Mbps. The company claims to have invested more than USD20 billion in network improvements and upgrades since 2005.

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