Im getting a Samsung galaxy S 2 either the end of the week or next week this phone supports HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps.
My question is, is mobile broadband a bit like ADSL vs ADSL2+ in the sense that because the phone supports the higher speeds will it go faster. Or is it basically even though the phone supports is your still stuck with the speeds.
I know on three that people have been experiencing a lot better speeds on the phones/dongles that support the faster speed but i dont know about o2.
Thanks for any help
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