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  Reply # 24524 9-Dec-2005 20:39
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ok i will not talk ony more on this topic it feels like people are out to get me i just joined this website and allready it seems alot like the chat program "Paltalk"

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Reply # 24525 9-Dec-2005 20:49
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This is not the case. It's just that a lot of people here will want everyone to be clear about how technology works and clear misconceptions.








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  Reply # 24526 9-Dec-2005 21:22
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eazy for you to say your an admin

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  Reply # 24608 11-Dec-2005 22:21
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Joe_I_T: i still think GSM is Faster


Using this logic im feeling it would be a good move to upgrade my apache to a nokia 918 on 025.

And for what would seem to be the most important topic on this thread; i think you will find Speights beats the rest hands down in the performance stakes

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  Reply # 24613 12-Dec-2005 08:46
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I am now locking this thread, its usefulness has been dubious at the best of times.
Thanks to freitasm for posting a clear explanation of the network speeds.

recap: (slowest to fastest with the most non-controversial descriptions i can come up with)

GSM really dog slow (Voda 2g)
GPRS pretty slow (Voda 2.5g)
CDMA1X slowish (Telecom 2.5g)
WCDMA quick (Voda 3g)
CDMA EVDO quicker (Telecom 3G)




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