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Topic # 11165 6-Jan-2007 23:45
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hallo friends
i am using sony k790i and i am using net from gprs
and i have a very slow transfer rate about 8kbps
is it possible 2 increase the speed somehow help plz


and can someone plz tell how can this edge thing help in having better speed
 
which is better 2 have max speed a 3g phone or an edge phone 
thx

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  Reply # 57135 7-Jan-2007 04:55
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This is normal or GPRS, which comes with slow rates and very high latency. Nothing you can do to improve this. EDGE is an update to the GPRS standard, but requires both your mobile and the provider to have EDGE.









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  Reply # 57138 7-Jan-2007 07:08
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thanks m8 is it true that if i am having an edge network then i will have a speed three times more

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  Reply # 57144 7-Jan-2007 09:51
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lovefrank4: thanks m8 is it true that if i am having an edge network then i will have a speed three times more


Correct

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  Reply # 57151 7-Jan-2007 13:19
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8kbps? We're talking about the upload bandwidth, right?

Thats roughly what I get for upload. Download speed is about 47kbps. Just like dial-up days :)



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  Reply # 57279 9-Jan-2007 00:57
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oops no 8kbps is wht i get for download speed in my pc well if i am havin a edge network or just normal gprs i still have speed around 6kbps to 8kbps

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