AT&T Fires Up 850MHz 3G In Atlanta
add more 1900 umts instead!!
lots of phones have 900/1900/2100 umts 3G.
pharos 137 -1700/1900/2100 hsdpa
sony x1i -900/1900/2100 hsdpa
asus p835 -900/1900/2100 hsdpa
Many AT&T phones are:
GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (quad-band)
WCDMA 850/1900 (dual-band 3G)
Live long and prosperous.
Btw, I noticed on Twitter that you live in Pa, I'm from Ct. I'm going home in 2wks for my 30th Bday.
Hey Rich I'm confused about something. You say that there is seperate band support in each phone, but yet both GSM & 3G use 850/1900mhz. Same frequencies.
I meant that each mode (technology + band) is distinct. For example, there are tons of phones for Europe that are:
GSM 850/900/1800/1900 and WCDMA 2100
In other words, just because a phone supports GSM 850, does NOT mean it supports WCDMA 850, even though they use the same exact frequency band.
I'm glad your using rechargable AA & AAA's, rather than throwing batteries out all the time. I don't really use AA & AAA's anymore with the exception of my tv & Blu-Ray remotes. Don't need a cd player, I use my N95 for music (and everything else).
But I bought my first battery charger way back in 1995.
In the US, some of 900MHz was what is used by some home electronics (old cordless phones) and other parts are used for other uses.
I'm sure you can register #'s online also.
with ooma, you can block specfic number or blocks unknown/private number!
she wants to block private callers so they cant call her at all....
You're talking about unlocked phones. AT&T is never going to make any network decisions based on what's available in the unlocked phone market. There's no business case for that. Sure it would be nice, but it's just not realistic.
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