HSPA+ Multiflow enables simultaneous transmission of two data streams from base stations in two adjacent cells to a single user device instead of one data stream from one base station as is the case with HSPA+ today.
This might be well worth looking into further. I remember being very satisfied with nokias older phones, might give it a try again.
While connected to two towers at once,...would this not use twice the network's resources?
Carriers are already whining about our bandwidth usage as it is,........
I have to agree about the quality of those Nokia phones back in the day. They really worked well for me.
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