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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.dre View Post
    I'm tempted to make a switch but what's the point if my data will just run off faster now lol. Plus iv'e never really had a problem streaming or anything on my digicel plans.
    You know that's technically inaccurate right? lol.

    Now, you might use more data than before, but you aren't getting or sending any more bits than you've chosen to.

    As for Brandysull's speed tests, just to FLOW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mista736 View Post
    You know that's technically inaccurate right? lol.

    Now, you might use more data than before, but you aren't getting or sending any more bits than you've chosen to.

    As for Brandysull's speed tests, just to FLOW.
    LMAO, just to note... Looks like Digicel's finally begun the ZTE LTE site deployments perhaps with the newfangled "up-to-120 Mbit/s" LTE network (As mentioned earlier this year IIRC)... which I suspect is a CA_2A_17A spec network in a 10x10 B17 agreggated with 10x10 Band 2 (1900 MHz) spec... Actual math may give 150 Mbit/s but network overhead puts peak real world speeds at around 120 Mbit/s, which, as we all can see by the screenshots, is no issue for FLOW to provide. In fact, the demand for LTE especially in New Kingston is so great that they might soon be adding another LTE Band in the mix after concluding this current round of deployments.

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    Finally getting a feel of Flows revamped LTE Network. Speeds are amazing.



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    lol, they have ads in the speed test? hahha, how often are people doing speed tests? or did they figure out that people were screen shoting the tests. Thats pretty fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan77791 View Post
    Finally getting a feel of Flows revamped LTE Network. Speeds are amazing.

    http://i.imgur.com/hkIS91x.jpg
    http://i.imgur.com/XSrKIds.jpg
    Sensational! Kinda crazy to think that we in Jamaica can enjoy these speeds FINALLY... ON THE GO. Everytime I do a test, it still boggles my mind. Was this done by the site

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandysull View Post
    Sensational! Kinda crazy to think that we in Jamaica can enjoy these speeds FINALLY... ON THE GO. Everytime I do a test, it still boggles my mind. Was this done by the site
    Nope, Imagine if I was near the site. It has been up since 11:00pm last night in my area. Which you know is not the best in the city. Can't believe I am getting speeds like this here. Thank you Flow, puts my 22Mbps home Broadband to shame, especially the upload speed.

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    I was able to do two speed tests on flow's LTE network in Williamsfield and Mandeville today. However, the signal strength was weak.
    https://ibb.co/d9hOUm
    https://ibb.co/k2BiUm

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel20 View Post
    I was able to do two speed tests on flow's LTE network in Williamsfield and Mandeville today. However, the signal strength was weak.
    https://ibb.co/d9hOUm
    https://ibb.co/k2BiUm
    Great speeds from there too. Honestly I’m impressed. FLOW’s doing data the way it should be! Any word of how the network is in Mandeville proper?

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    Williamsfield is an area within the Mandeville metro area, it's approximately 6km out from the town of Mandeville. LTE was visible on my phone up to approximately 9 to 10km outside of the town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel20 View Post
    Williamsfield is an area within the Mandeville metro area, it's approximately 6km out from the town of Mandeville. LTE was visible on my phone up to approximately 9 to 10km outside of the town.
    Impressive!!!!!!! I like the sound of that! How's the MoBay massive doing? Any activity there?

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