User: bones boy
These are the most recent forum messages posted by bones boy:
Re: Penetration is the key!
Agreed. However TMO has a lovely LTE roaming agreement w/ a local carrier that makes the waiting less painful. It would just be nice to be able to activate a phone here, instead of having to travel down south to do so. Additionally - VZW was able to get a network up/running in Alaska really quickly - they launched here in 2013! And remember, ~ 1/2 the year you can't do any installations of any sort because the ...
Penetration is the key!
This low frequency will travel much further that the 2.4 Ghz and even the 800 Mhz. They shouldn't need as many antennas to cover similar areas as other carriers which means quicker deployments. At least I think I have that right. What an excellent move for T-Mobile. Plus look at all that lovely pimk in Alaska, where T-Mo has ZERO (native) coverage.
Cool features not available in US market?
No Battery Care and no fingerprint sensor for phones sold in USA market? Makes no sense. Looks like a really good phone LTE-band wise (LTE (Bands 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,13,17,19,20,26,28,29,32,38,3 9,40,41) and the crazy megapixeled cameras. Also don't see any documentation about it being a dual-SIM phone - even though it says so on their website, nothing in their White Paper or User Manual confirms. Typical Sony confusion.
Good for Samsung
It's distressing to me how Apple just sat on their hands with regards to voice assistance, and let Google and (supposedly) Samsung just zoom by them in this arena. Alexa is so much eaier to use and better sounding than Siri - it gives real answers and not just links to websites - and Bixby appears to be deep-rooted in the OS as well as making the SDK available to developers before launch. To me, Apple really dropped the ...
Great write up Eric - one addition
The Oneplus 3T can accept dual SIMs. That is a HUGE plus for a world traveler such as me. One tray holds my world roamer SIM (Truphone or Piranha) and leaves the other for any in-country SIMs that might be a better value. Or you can use two SIMs with different preferred roaming lists - like Piranha and Truphone. Anyway it's a convenience I would not want to travel without.
Fool me seven times
Shame on me
I have several VoIP apps that do this now.
AT&T is unhappy about throttling? That is called IRONY
WOW an Alaska story!
Local news for me! In any event ACS is about to be past tense. Their "broadband business" consists of lousy residential DSL service while GCI is planning Gigabit (cable) Internet later this year. I believe ACS is still the LEC in the big cities (for POTS) but who still has that?
Re: who in there right mind???
adams10462 said: I have no problems.. maybe you need glasses.. The irony here is so beautiful. :lol:
Many car makers
expressly suggest you do not plug anything or drive around with things in your OBD port.
Additionally many WiFi operators block VoIP traffic on their access points.
Re: T-Mobile's LTE spreading like a cancer...
what's a "jap"?
How does one join this class action?
They did this to me in 2009 when i was on vacation using data via their AT&T Navigator. Resulted in a $900 phone bill. I paid it and discontinued my service the same day.
Hey Rich, hope you've been well. So isn't this just really a voice codec change/channel allotment difference? Maybe the equivalent of GSM's EFR codec?
A match made in heaven
Linksquared interferes with GPS, and AT&T interferes with productivity.
Re: NTP - a "patent-holding" company without a website...
by the way - the patents *do* expire in 2012. Good. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/ntp-face s-uphill-battle-against-rich-foes-2010-07-09
Petrocom used to make a fortune off this
Petrocom used to make money hand over fist, charging up to $5/min. roaming over their TDMA-overlaid-to-GSM network.
Read between the lines
"major effort to improve the quality of its network" = changing the voice codec from AMR to Half Rate. Less compression = better sounding voice. But that's not an upgrade. Just conjecture.
"whatever assets remain at Zer01"?
:lol: :lol: :lol:
Re: is this good or bad?
To me, roaming is not the cash cow it once was. In my opinion, there is still encouragement to build a network because it seems to me that carriers make more money off the regular monthly postpaid customers than they do off an occasional roamer. Obviously if most of your minutes are spent roaming the home carrier has the right to shut your service off.
Re: Is Texas One Wireless a scammer?
Guess they were... http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/story? section=news/local&id=7178496
Seems to be Quad Band + Tri Band WCDMA
The Nokia USA website seems to indicate the phone is Quad-band GSM/EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 + WCDMA 850/1900/2100 OR WCDMA 900/1900/2100. http://www.nokiausa.com/find-products/pho nes/nokia-e72/specifications That would make the specs on the Info page incorrect. But what do I know? Nokia not having great days here lately. You should see all the complaints about the E72 in Nokia's forum... http://discussions.nokiausa.com/d iscussions/board?board.id=communicators
Re: Differences between E71 and E72?
Looks like the E72 has 5 MP camera and the 4 special buttons (mail, calendar, etc.) on the front are a little different. If anyone gets this phone please let us know if Symbian S60 3rd edition Feature Pack 2 comes with threaded messaging.
Differences between E71 and E72?
They look the same to me. E71 is nice phone but no threaded SMS - ugh! Hopefully it's on the E72.
This has been the law in Alaska for some time now ...
... and absolutely no one seems to pay attention to it. At every stop light most people are looking down into their laps. I assume they're not asleep...
Projector sold separately
Re: add more 1900 umts instead!!
:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
Re: Get a new hand model
Re: It's funny that ...
Your analogies are way off. Jamming cell phone signals in prisons is not tantamount to x-raying people boarding flights or using DNA in crime situations. It's not even close. Tip from an older guy - analogies rarely make a valid point. It's very difficult to compare apples to mangoes.
It's funny that ...
... the prisons can't do their job and control what comes in and out of the jails, so (potentially) others (those who live near a prison) will have lousy, or no, cell service. Way to go, prisons! :roll:
Three email clients?
Yikes. I'm confused already! 8O
"Highly efficient VoIP technology"?
Most of it still sounds like poop to me. Also adds another reason for things to go wrong when I press "send". I'll pass.
Windows Mobile till I dieeeeeeeeeeee.... :)
didn't work for me
went to att.net and it just opened up My Yahoo portal page. No mention of how to sign up for an att.net email account. Oh well I guess I wil have to live without this most wonderful feature!! :roll:
Re: broadcast a WiFi signal from your phone
Hey - thanks for your help. You got me in the right direction. I think the Private Interface for Internet Sharing is just a name, like you name your access point at home. But at least you got me pointed. I searched on XDA before i posted here but maybe I'm searching in the wrong forums. Anyway, thanks again.
broadcast a WiFi signal from your phone
A reviewer said about this phone: "Any way I like the ability to broadcast a WiFi signal using the carriers network." How is that possible? Is this a special function of the Fuze or can any WinMo phone do this?
You thought ringtones were big
Camera Shutter Tones. Stop it everybody this is MY IDEA!!! I'm going to that patent website right now. www.camerashuttertones.com is ALL MINE!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHA
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