Folks...the walls are crumbling down in some markets. This is caused by larger devices...more of them...more usage and a shift in the way devices are being used. Those results are what one would have seen in 1993 on a dial up modem.
The results above WILL result in customer defections and a massive increase in calls to carriers tech support lines. who..sadly..will lie to the customer and tell them to reboot their phones and it must be them because everything else..is fine.
No it's not folks. It's the carrier....and their network which is falling apart and becoming totally inoperable.
Sounds like you need a new phone and probably a new carrier. I just ran a speed test from my phone and I receives 15.5 Mbps down and 10.8 Mbps upload with 75ms ping times. Admittedly it is not as good as the 40+ Mbps I was receiving on my 4G LTE phone before the IPhone5 was released but Apple sold over 5 million phones the first weekend alone so there are now many more devices sharing 4G LTE
Phone: Samsung Stratosphere
location: North East USA