Definitely! Alex Knight getting some great LTE speeds on Rogers network. 32 Is The New 16 It's too bad the caps are so low – the speeds are enough to replace a home broadband connection.
On Sunday, I quickly started to realize that I would probably need the 32GB model. I decided to return my iPad to the Apple store this week and exchange it. I made a last minute decision while waiting in line to swap it for a 32GB LTE model. I can’t tell you how much I’m loving the LTE speeds. It truly is useful to be able to have Internet access anywhere I am. Although 90% of the time I’ll be on Wi-Fi, that 10% when I’m not gets annoying when I actually need Internet access.
Speaking of LTE speeds, I’ve been testing my carriers network here in Vancouver — which happens to be Rogers — and I’ve been getting blistering LTE speeds. The fastest I’ve tested so far is 38Mbps downstream and 29Mbps upstream.