Does No 3G and No GPS + ATT = Good Phone?
However, I don't use data much other than Google Maps and Mail, and casual Wikipedia. Though I tend to use them all when I am on the go, so even though I can use WiFi with it, when I don't have access to wifi, Edge probably would suffice.
So my question is, would you recommend this phone to somebody that wants a mini smart phone, in a candybar format? Would I really need 3G? Does the Google Maps triangulating thing work with this on Edge/ Google Maps?
Thanks for any feedback!
- Re: Does No 3G and No GPS + ATT = Good Phone? by Syber Kowboy
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