AT&T’s 3G wireless network will soon be twice as fast, reports CNET. An executive at the company told Telephony Online this week that the company is running trials of its upgraded 3G network in two markets. And the company plans to expand the upgrades across its nationwide network once the trials are completed. The upgrade to the company’s HSPA network will provide peak download speeds of about 3.6Mbps. The company’s current generation of technology offers peak download links speeds of 1.7 Mbps. Of course, real world data speeds are much lower. Most wireless subscribers get download speeds of around 700 Kbps…

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