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Talking and surfing


Feb 20, 2011, 12:31 PM
I see alot of peole talking about that(Talking and surfing) in the Verizon I phone reviews. who really does that enough for it to be a factor. I think of it as more of a "I can do this couse I can" type thing other than something that would be a deal breaker.
I never have the urge to surf while I talk anyway. thats just me tho Cool

Feb 20, 2011, 1:53 PM
I agree. I had a 3GS for about a year and I maybe did that once. But Verizon iPhones can talk and surf if they use wifi so it doesn't bother me a bit.

Feb 20, 2011, 2:05 PM
usually, no it is not a big deal to talk and surf at the same time. but let's not forget: mms messages use the data network. so it isnt just for "surfing" while talking, but also accepting and sending all mms messages!

Feb 21, 2011, 7:39 PM
i have a droid eris and i have no problem receving emails and mms messages and stuff while i talk on the phone..with out wifi

Feb 28, 2011, 3:37 PM
That was brought up by a friend of mine when I told him I was switching back to an iPhone (had it on AT&T but hated the dropped calls and call quality). I had the HTC EVO 4G for about eight months and during that entire time I never wanted or needed to talk and surf at the same time.

How many times a year do I NEED to use this? Maybe once. How many times do I want to be able to use this? Maybe once.

I would be willing to bet that a lot of people have a rare use for this feature. It is about the only thing that AT&T can bring to the table to try to keep customers or get new ones.

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