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AT&T has an average 3G download speed of 1.6 Mb/s, which is worse than the global average of 1.8 Mb/s.
AT&T is a 4G network. 4G is the latest generation of cellular technology, allowing high definition video streaming and crystal clear voice calls. We first recorded AT&T 4G on the 3rd of Jan 1970. AT&T has an average 4G download speed of 4.5 Mb/s, which is than the global average of 8.1 Mb/s.
AT&T uses the following networks types on its network.
The recent download speed performance of AT&T. This includes data from all network types; 2G, 3G, and 4G. Networks which roll out 4G LTE networks should see a strong rise in download speeds, as should networks which upgrade their 3G networks to HSPA+.
|3G Download Speed||1.6 Mb/s|
|4G Download Speed||4.5 Mb/s|
|3G Upload Speed||0.3 Mb/s|
|4G Upload Speed||2 Mb/s|
|2G Latency||776 ms|
|3G Latency||586 ms|
|4G Latency||48 ms|
|2G Data Reliability||70 %|
|3G Data Reliability||81 %|
|4G Data Reliability||84 %|
|Latency Spread||100 %|
|4G First Seen on||3rd of Jan 1970|