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    Default Re: phones privacy and need

    Do you mind me asking why you want GSM? Are you going out of the country a lot?

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    Default Re: phones privacy and need

    needs and requirments

    i HAVE to have both.
    id also like a lot of other radios and I.R. ports, and this & that & the other,, but the gsm / cdma / wifi / B.T. are absolutly requirments.

    and honestly
    if there is anyone else living in the usa with out those requirments i feel sorry for them
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    Default Re: phones privacy and need

    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    needs and requirments

    i HAVE to have both.
    id also like a lot of other radios and I.R. ports, and this & that & the other,, but the gsm / cdma / wifi / B.T. are absolutly requirments.

    and honestly
    if there is anyone else living in the usa with out those requirments i feel sorry for them

    Unfortunately, about the only option in the USA is the verizon option, like I said before my buddy has one and it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    needs and requirments

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    id also like a lot of other radios and I.R. ports, and this & that & the other,, but the gsm / cdma / wifi / B.T. are absolutly requirments.

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    if there is anyone else living in the usa with out those requirments i feel sorry for them
    I've never had GSM and don't really understand why you need it, EvDo/CDMA/LTE is more than enough for me especially since I get 4 bars of LTE at my house.

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    Default Re: phones privacy and need

    GSM is far superior to CDMA. There is a reason everyone in NA dropped it. It sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    GSM is far superior to CDMA. There is a reason everyone in NA dropped it. It sucks.
    Dropped what?

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    Default Re: phones privacy and need

    CDMA. All the Canadian carriers dropped it. Most American carriers did too. Very little bandwidth, so having calls/text/data all going at once is impossible, so you need more than one radio that cannot run at the same time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    CDMA. All the Canadian carriers dropped it. Most American carriers did too. Very little bandwidth, so having calls/text/data all going at once is impossible, so you need more than one radio that cannot run at the same time...
    CDMA is 3G right? Always worked fine for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    CDMA. All the Canadian carriers dropped it. Most American carriers did too. Very little bandwidth, so having calls/text/data all going at once is impossible, so you need more than one radio that cannot run at the same time...
    Currently in the USA CDMA is used most. The technologies are just a different, I have done some research from time to time and I still can't figure out which is best.

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    GSM about 2 mbps faster than CDMA give or take which isn't a very big difference IMO, they're both slow as a rock compared to LTE

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    CDMA is 3G right? Always worked fine for me.
    Nope. 3G uses GSM tech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    Nope. 3G uses GSM tech.
    Then the verizon Galaxy S3 has GSM because I can get 3G

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    Verizon has LTE, but they also use two CDMA connections to create 3G. One for calls, one for data. It i the weirdest setup ever.

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    It is always better to be mindful of all the data you would enter on your smartphone than trusting the brand when it comes to your privacy.

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