Data plan data is the information contained within the CDMA data transmission rates.
CDMA has a standard rate of data transmission which is used for both the download and the transmission of data.
The data transmission rate is the amount of data transmitted per second and can vary depending on the data speeds and the distance to the user.
For example, the rate of download is typically 300Mbps.
If the data transmission is at 2Mbps, the data speed will be around 3Mbps.
To download data, the CDMs speed will drop down to 1Mbps, and then to 1MB, and so on.
The more data a user can download, the higher the data transfer rate and the higher speed.
The CDMA transmission rate depends on the size of the data packet, the speed of the CDM signal, the distance the data is to the network, and the user’s network connectivity.
CDM signals also vary depending upon the quality of the carrier used to transmit the data.
For more details on the different types of data that can be transferred over the CD-MA network, see our article: What are the differences between CDMA and GSM?