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  # 463175 27-Apr-2011 23:16
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In contrast theres many places in hamilton i frequent with crap XT coverage, in some of them vodafone is fine. It just seems to vary on the network coverage for that area.

On the other hand, in the exact same spots i'm still yet to see someone with a CDMA phone have issues, their signal is always fine. For example right now my XT phone has -105dbm (almost at the point of dropping out) and a cdma phone next to it has -89dbm.

CDMA seems to have much better coverage than XT?



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  # 463251 28-Apr-2011 09:28
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eXDee: In contrast theres many places in hamilton i frequent with crap XT coverage, in some of them vodafone is fine. It just seems to vary on the network coverage for that area.

On the other hand, in the exact same spots i'm still yet to see someone with a CDMA phone have issues, their signal is always fine. For example right now my XT phone has -105dbm (almost at the point of dropping out) and a cdma phone next to it has -89dbm.

CDMA seems to have much better coverage than XT?


Yes but where I am it's very flat don't see why the coverage should be so bad. as for cdma vs xt well i don't no about that because i no longer have a cdma mobile

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