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I was always wondering how many simultaneous users can a 3G tower supports with its data rates?
I mean they advertise 28.8Mb/Sec for the 3G Data but in reality if a lot of people use it say 10 , it wont give 288Mb/Sec bandwidth.
I didn't find anywhere where such information is published so I thought to ask here.
Don' know why the cell operators keep it such a secret :)

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closed as off topic by Nifle, Ivo Flipse Mar 19 '10 at 23:06

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and how is 3G internet Bandwidth is not computer hardware related? – Karim Mar 19 '10 at 23:33

(In the UK at least) data is given a lower priority than voice, so if there are a large numbers of people making telephone calls through the cell tower your data will have less of a priority.

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