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Re: EE 4G launch

Nor am I yet may get excited if and when it goes live on 800 mhz and in rural areas but lets hope data allowance is increased or it will be pointless 500mb in a few minutes lol

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We're talking out and about....mobile either walking or car....somehow I just don't see the point of accessing the web on a piddly little screen and it's totally inconvenient to carry around something with a suitably large screen.

Why try to do things on a 4 inch-ish screen that you do at home on an (sometimes) up to 32 inch HD screen ?
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@anticpated wrote:

On a sidenote, I did receive a HSPA+ signal whilst in Edinburgh which means they must be experimenting with faster speeds.

 


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@Anonymous wrote:
I think I'm the only person not bothered about 4G. When I'm out an about its rare that I'm not connected to HSPDA and thats fast enough for what I use my phone for.

If I had a tablet PC that I use out and about then perhaps it would be a different story.

As my mother succinctly put when the EE bloke was saying about how we should be competing with other countries for 4G: "Why do we need to compete?" Followed by a long monologue on why people are so fascinated by text messaging every minute.... But she has a point, 4G isn't that important whilst you're mobile on a mobile though if you're static with poor internet speeds generally then its an improvement. My own interests of course but I suppose some will like the fact that watching a tv show on a small screen whilst shopping is a price worth paying. 

 

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EE4G....isn't that a bra size? No other interest personally!Smiley Surprised

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@jonsie wrote:

EE4G....isn't that a bra size? No other interest personally!Smiley Surprised


Now that's a girl I would LOVE to meet............. Smiley Wink
I agree, not too interested in 4G, & according to reports at the moment the initial EE4G will be slower than 3G!!! 
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Her again.... she's been round the block a few times !!
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@jonsie wrote:

Met her today, big girl!Smiley Wink


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I wonder if Thailand will ever recover from jonsie's visit? Smiley LOL

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