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Cingular Launches First 3.6 Mbps HSDPA Handset

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Top message:  Phone faster then network? by TradeMark_310   Jan 26, 2007, 10:44 PM

Replying to:  Re: Phone faster then network? by TradeMark_310   Jan 27, 2007, 4:24 PM

Re: Phone faster then network?

by regine44    Jan 27, 2007, 4:41 PM

T-Mob will have the @home service

Whats that?
Is it something like this?
T-Mobile Germany is launching its fixed-mobile solution, called T-Mobile@home. The service costs an additional monthly surcharge of € 4.95 on an user's account.

Would I buy one now? No. Even if it were a BlackBerry with the promise of faster speeds in
the future?

Great that why everyone has choices in the world but at least have the handset available so i can buy it. and roaming around the world at faster data speeds.

Would you pay for internet on a RAZR that they told you wouldn't run internet for 4-5 months?

First off DUDE! You just turn around my statement incorrectly. First off you dont buy a phone dsl modem that a company cant provide you 4-6 months. But lets say i offered you a dsl modem that could do 15 mbs per second currently you i offer 6mbs for 50 dollars more with a 2 years contract. Now in six months you will get that 15mbs per second for the same price plan would you turn that down.
Its people like you that really make me angry because you have no idea what i am talking about and put words into my mouth.

The answer to your question.
Hell yeah i would so i wouldn't be calling t-mobile screaming for a new phone!

No, you would wait until you had the phone.

Sorry no i would not want to wait. Don't answer questions for me i will answer them my way!

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