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What's the difference between 4G and 4G LTE-A?

by whysee SuperUser on ‎23-09-2016 10:28 PM - edited on ‎31-05-2017 05:51 PM by Marshie SuperUser

4G LTE Advanced have (theoretically) peak download speeds that stand at around 300Mbps, while standard 4G LTE stands at 150Mbps.

 

Depending on several factors such as the device you’re using it on, your distance to a 4G tower, and how many other people are on the network, LTE-A could deliver up to 3 times faster than standard 4G LTE speeds.

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by Daayat Member
on ‎05-06-2017 08:11 AM

whysee wrote:

4G LTE Advanced have (theoretically) peak download speeds that stand at around 300Mbps, while standard 4G LTE stands at 150Mbps.

 

Depending on several factors such as the device you’re using it on, your distance to a 4G tower, and how many other people are on the network, LTE-A could deliver up to 3 times faster than standard 4G LTE speeds.


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by Support
on ‎05-06-2017 12:27 PM

Kindly PM us <here> should you need further assistance, @ Daayat. :-) TQ.

 

 

by YHChow08 Member
on ‎14-06-2017 12:07 PM

how can i know whether my phone is connected to LTE or LTE-A?

other telco will show "4G+" when connected to LTE-A.

by Support
on ‎14-06-2017 01:23 PM

Hi YHChow08, 

 

The symbol of the network coverage depends on which device you use. At the moment, there's only Android model will be displayed LTE-A network; iPhone will only be shown LTE when you are within the coverage.

 

The requirements to enjoy the LTE-A, you must be located in areas with LTE-A coverage and must have an LTE-A or Carrier Aggregation capable device. The coverage map is available at digi.my/lte. TQ 
 

by akmal2you Member
on ‎12-08-2017 08:03 AM

Does my honor 8 pro support digi 4g+

because it only show 4g even when in 4g+  coverage

by Support
on ‎12-08-2017 09:51 AM

@akmal2you, we can't confirm on that. You may want to check your phone specs with the phone manufacturer.

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