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Friday, February 1, 2013

Smart iPhone5 LTE vs. Globe iPhone5 LTE Speed Test



30 comments:

  1. Nsaan po ang globe?

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    1. nakalagay sa taas kng globe or smart

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  2. Would it not depend on the area?

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    1. yes, it could be that the one with the faster speed has a tower that's nearer. In another area it might fail the test.

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    2. so true.. it really depends on the area... whereas here, if i try the Smart LTE vs. Globe LTE, smart will suck bigtime... so it would be bias if we will just refer to the attached image...

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  3. globe has a lot of catching up pa ... kahit saan area yan smart really delivered the goods...

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  4. takeke another test at the SAME time and we'll see.

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  5. 32 MBPS? Ang bagal talaga ng LTE speed sa Pinas. Sa US umaabot hanggang 1200 Mbps ang LTE.

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    1. yabang mo donald trump jr, wag ka epal dito

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    2. Anon 10:03 AM, 3:02 is just saying how it is. Eh talaga namang superbagal ang internet sa Pinas compared to other countries.

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    3. @10:03AM, I don't think na nagyayabang si 3:02AM. Pero shouldn't we be more demanding of services that we're paying for? Hindi na dapat pwede ang "Pwede na" mentality.

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    4. Anon 3:02, I'm pretty sure yabang lang yan. 1200 Mbps your face. Wala pa ngang umaabot ng 50Mbps no. Even in countries such as Australia, which is well, FOUR times faster than USA on speed tests.

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    5. Baka naman 1200KBPS as in kilobytes kala nya sguro pareho mbps at kbps @5:53AM

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  6. Parang baligtad yung picture tas hashtags. Nalito ako LOL

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    1. ako din.. yung network provider thats being shown at the upper left corner on both photos does not match the hashtags... nakakalito nga

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  7. globe plain sucks, since mmmmmmmm, since.

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    1. Yes! gumising na tayong lahat! SMART is the better network :)

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  8. What a load of crap! That's not even LTE speed that's just HSPA+ speed.

    What telco in the Phils. would really give ordinary consumers faster internet, efficient service and more productivity?

    If they do that it would mean less money and more expenditures for them.

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    1. When I was in Manila last year, I was really dismayed at the slow speed internet has over there. It took me a while just to upload a video to my FB. There's NO real LTE over there.

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  9. if you're a Smart postpaid subscriber and using an iPhone 5, you can register to the new Smart LTE data packages. Click here: http://www1.smart.com.ph/Bro/lte/plans-and-data-packages/data-packages

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  10. if you're a Smart postpaid subscriber and using an iPhone 5, you can register to the new Smart LTE data packages. Click here: http://www1.smart.com.ph/Bro/lte/plans-and-data-packages/data-packages

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  11. It should be done at the same time, same area sana. At yong settings ng dalawang phone dapat pareho din.

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  12. so after April 30, may additional charge ang pag gamit ng LTE sa SMART? how's that?

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  13. I wonder why a lot of my friends complain about Globe. Ako kasi, I am a subscriber of both networks and yung Smart, hindi maganda experience ko so far. Prepaid siya though so I am not sure if the quality of the connection/service is different kapag prepaid. That's not to say na yung Globe ay perfect because the reason why I got a Smart number in the first place is to serve as back-up when Globe does not deliver. For one, ang bagal ng 3G ng Smart as compared sa Globe na mas mabilis. Well personal experience. I apologize if I digressed sa topic ng post. :)

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  14. Globe is using crappy Chinese equipment.

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  15. To elaborate on the comments about "depende sa location" (which is true)...

    If any of you noticed, the Globe signal is only 2 bars while the Smart is full. No matter what type of connection(3G, 3.5G/H, 3.75G/H+, 4G/LTE), weaker signal means slower connection. That is pretty basic analysis I suppose. So Imagine what would the speed be if Globe is in full signal.

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    1. tomo... but you are forgetting one thing.. globe coverage im the Phillipines is very limited compared to smart

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  16. it really depends on your location and signal strength in your location... straight

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  17. AYOS ITO HA... MAKA-GLOBE ANG NG-TEST NITO. EH SA TOTOO LANG SOBRA BAGAL NG GLOBE. ANG DAMING DEAD AREA SA MOBILE PA LANG PAANO PA KAYA SA LTE.

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