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Quoted speeds are max rates, average rates may be lower with higher tower/network load. Peak usage times are usually in the late evenings, when speeds will be slower.

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Top Expected Transfer Rates on Non-OFDM
Package Maximum Downlink Speed Maximum Uplink Speed
Lite *with 900 MHz radio: up to about 1 Mbps
Up to about 1.7 Mbps
*with 900 MHz radio: up to about 300 kbps
Up to about 500 kbps
Basic *with 900 MHz radio: up to about 1.7 Mbps
Up to about 3 Mbps
*with 900 MHz radio: up to about 450 kbps
Up to about 750 kbps
Advanced *with 900 MHz radio: up to about 3 Mbps
Up to about 5 Mbps
*with 900 MHz radio: up to about 600 kbps
Up to about 1000 kbps

* A low frequency radio of 900 MHz is often used for difficult or longer shots communicating through trees and other obstacles. Speeds are expected to be about 35-40% slower when using a 900 MHz transmitter.

Please contact us (support@mcsnet.ca) with questions or concerns, but check the speed guide linked above first.