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Replying to:  GPRS vs. EDGE? by agiannot   Jan 4, 2005, 10:33 PM

Re: GPRS vs. EDGE?

by techjunkiegirl    Jan 5, 2005, 6:54 PM

EDGE an enhancement to GPRS that enables data transfer over the wireless internet at speeds of up to 3 times faster than the GPRS transfer used today. When using data products such as downloading a game or graphic or accessing corporate data with Data Connect, EDGE will make the data transfer faster than CSD or GPRS. EDGE data transfer speeds range from 60-170 Kb/sec.

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