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  Reply # 44819 27-Aug-2006 22:22
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Do a google search on UMTS or check out gsmworld.com



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Reply # 44820 27-Aug-2006 22:30
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So i always get a U which means i am always in 3G network!!

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  Reply # 44822 27-Aug-2006 22:32
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U got it LOL





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Reply # 44823 27-Aug-2006 22:34
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Lolz Thanks a lot. I am a person who gets into details so thanks a lot for giving your time all of you. Cheers!!

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Reply # 44830 28-Aug-2006 08:05
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U guys crack me up.
I hope U have a nice day.




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Reply # 44831 28-Aug-2006 08:16
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johnr: G=GPRS 2.5G packet switched


2.5G that cracks me up Laughing




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Reply # 44832 28-Aug-2006 08:42
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To be fair, I am the one who introduced 2.5G in the conversation. I can't see GPRS as 2G, and it's not 3G. The original promise of "fast, always-on Internet" with GPRS never materialised. EDGE would be something like 2.75G?







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Reply # 44836 28-Aug-2006 09:18
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So as I will use jasjar in india and they provide EDEGE and not 3G! Can I use EDEGE by this device or is it limited to GPRS and 3G only? One of the device I can remember which supports EDEGE is Nokia 3230.

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  Reply # 44837 28-Aug-2006 09:20
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The Jasjar works on GPRS and WCDMA only. EDGE is not supported. The Jamin, another Pocket PC currently available from Vodafone, works on GPRS and EDGE.

Remember EDGE is not available in New Zealand.






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  Reply # 44840 28-Aug-2006 09:50
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Jama:
johnr: G=GPRS 2.5G packet switched


2.5G that cracks me up Laughing


Ok then Jama how about 2.3G

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  Reply # 44842 28-Aug-2006 10:00
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Sumitverma: So as I will use jasjar in india and they provide EDEGE and not 3G! Can I use EDEGE by this device or is it limited to GPRS and 3G only? One of the device I can remember which supports EDEGE is Nokia 3230.


Vodafone NZ does not have data romaing in india so you will have to use a SIM from that country



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Reply # 44846 28-Aug-2006 10:27
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Vodafone NZ does not have data romaing in india so you will have to use a SIM from that country


Acutally i am an international student so i am going in my home country so i will buy the sim services from there itself. Cheers!!

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