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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, 8:14 PM

T-Mob will have the @home service.

And the @home is like WiFi, but T-Mob will have phones that can piggyback off it, basically for stronger signal. Good job pointing out who has it and what it costs, maybe you should have taken the one extra step to figure out what it is...

How does this come into the conversation about WIFI. Were talking about data via cell networks not WIFI and WIFI calls! First off I know t-mobile is implementing the UMA network i just never have heard the term @home with t-mobile. I was just asking! nextime maybe i should google your name on phonescoop
and look for pervious post about you sit there all day and bash people about how dumb and stupid they are! Then maybe i can find some thing about the @home with t-mobile.

Why is this about you? I was making an a comparison, not "putting words" in your mouth. I was reversing the situation and seeing if vthat made sense, which it still didn't. Learn the difference between opinions and insults before you "get angry"

Of course the post is about you, you started it idiot! And i posted my opinion on it. Of course with your rude response to me how i am suppose to act. Second off just to clarify this is your statement right.

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

So lets change the story shall we

Would you pay for cable on a television that they told you wouldn't be compatible for 4-5 months?

So now i am buying a product that i cant use for 4-5 months why buy it. True i can play video games and watch dvds just cant watch cable.

Now here the example i am using.

Would you pay for HDTV on a cable system that they told you wouldn't run HDTV programming for 4-5 months?

The answer comes back to yes i can play video games, watch dvds in good quality. I can still watch cable television in digital quality but i don't get HD quality I want.

Oh and let's clarify: YOU responded to something I posted, not the other way around. Frickin stuck up arrogant snot...

Well i am sorry you feel that way. But dont post something that has nothing to do with what i am talking about! I respect your opinions but i wasn't ever responding to past you made. this the post i was responding too.


I think the faster speeds will be available in the next few months.

It doesn't make sense to "upgrade" then entire network if only a couple devices work so far. That would cost money, which is better spent upgrading the EDGE areas to the 3G specs.

So nextime you want to sit here and call me quote "Frickin stuck up arrogant snot..."
read the entire forums! And second off i was giving you an opinion and you turned it around and called me a a "Frickin stuck up arrogant snot...". Which is fine you can call me all the names you want all day long. Have fun! Anyway i have work in the real world to work on other then being insulted.

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