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According to Reuters, AT&T is currently working on implementing a fix for the iPhone upload data caps that many are experiencing in the US. According to the article, the problem affects less than 2% of the userbase, but it could take another 2-3 weeks to fix. Alcatel-Lucent, makers of the gear that powers the cell sites, started issuing a software patch today to fix the problem.
"This patch will be deployed on a phased basis over the next two to three weeks," AT&T spokesman Mark Siegel said.
Uneasy Silence reports that the update has been rolled out to their area and has subsequently fixed their upload speed problems. Of course, the problem could stem from the HSUPA network, as the iPhone is currently the only phone that runs on that particular AT&T network.
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