Orange admits to capping 3G data speeds

After a slew of complaints from customers about the iPhone 3G's substandard performance on its network, Orange has admitted that it is capping its 3G data speeds at 384 Kbps. 

In a statement,  the company says it will increase its 3G data speeds to 1MB by mid-September but didn't provide the reason behind the two week wait. Nor would it say whether the company would compensate customers for the limitations on the data speeds. 

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