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    HEhehe but yeah EGPRS on paper beats out RTT, BUT, once EV-DO is released 1x will be the leader again, so thus this is just a short term victory if you catch my drift.

    And again i say it all the time

    GPRS < 1x RTT < EGRPS < 1x EV-DO
  2. #22  
    Quote Originally Posted by hofo_mofo
    HEhehe but yeah EGPRS on paper beats out RTT, BUT, once EV-DO is released 1x will be the leader again, so thus this is just a short term victory if you catch my drift.

    And again i say it all the time

    GPRS < 1x RTT < EGRPS < 1x EV-DO
    1x EV-DO < UMTS < 1x EV-DV < HSPDA

    For those of you who don't know, HSPDA stands for High-Speed Downlink Packet Access. It's a cheap upgrade from UMTS, and offers peak speeds of 24 Mbps.

    Take a bite outta that one, Sprint!
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    i think i heard this in a movie somewhere, but it seems apropos : "resistance is futile - you will be assimilated."

    CDMA will never over the long-term be able to compete with the GSM economies of scale. might as well switch now and become part of the future.
    Off to iPhone land...
  4. #24  
    Quote Originally Posted by ghileman
    i think i heard this in a movie somewhere, but it seems apropos : "resistance is futile - you will be assimilated."

    CDMA will never over the long-term be able to compete with the GSM economies of scale. might as well switch now and become part of the future.

    Lol, that'd be the Borg from StarTrek. God I feel like a nerd...

    ANYWAY, you're probably right, GSM (if ya think about it) seems much more economical; you buy one phone and can use it anywhere in the world (if you buy some service or have a roaming agreement with somebody such as Tmobile)

    However, it'll be interesting to see how well the version of CDMA (I forget what it's called) that has a SIM-card-like-thing does...I think they already have it in Korea or somewhere else in Asia...
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