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Topic # 7457 16-Apr-2006 17:03
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Reply # 33108 16-Apr-2006 19:19
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Now.. Let's hope Telecom releases pricing like Vodafone 1GB Data promo and a PocketPC with a 640 x 480 screen similar to the "jasJar"

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Reply # 33109 16-Apr-2006 19:36
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And I really thought that CDMA was a dead end technology.... You should see what is on my desk at the moment.Wink




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Reply # 33114 16-Apr-2006 20:04
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Jama: And I really thought that CDMA was a dead end technology.... You should see what is on my desk at the moment.Wink


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Reply # 33898 25-Apr-2006 23:41
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freitasm: Wait for 2008 and CDMA EV-DO Rev C with 100Mbps...



We'll be lucky to have access to speeds like that on a wired network by 2008 at the rate we are going




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Reply # 33901 26-Apr-2006 00:20
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You got that right!

I was discussing this today, ironic how my mobile data connection through Vodafone is faster than my home DSL. My Harrier when it arrives will be at least twice as fast.

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