With all of the talk of 4G recently (you can thank the EVO for that), one would think that 3G has gone as far as it can. The truth is that the 3G technology still has a bit of life in it and AT&T is out to prove it. Instead of jumping straight to LTE, AT&T has said that it plans to fortify its current 3G network by upgrading to 14.4 Mbps HSPA. Considering that LTE-capable phones are still pretty far away, this seems like a pretty smart move.
AT&T has said that the process will only require a simple software upgrade and should reach 250 million people by the end of this year. Are you looking forward to using 14.4 Mbps speeds on AT&T or would you prefer they move on to 4G? Share your thoughts with us!