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Old 02-07-2011
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Last month my father had purchased me HTC EVO for me. Actually this android as well as 4G enables technology. It speed is very fast. I like itís speed. It has is very awesome feature. Actually I want to know about the 4 G technology. How many of you know about the 4 G technology. If anyone know about the 4G then post your problem there. Every reply will be appreciated.

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When at work where commonly I do not utilize the phone that much b/c I have a computer right in front of me, I have 4G all the time. It is wonderfully quick extremely inspiring. This is the technique all phones should be regarding the web and downloads. Downloading applications are like 3 to 4 seconds. I am extremely glad with the phone, the screen is big, it is extremely snappy and quick to respond, and typing has been extremely simple. I just want a set case that I can grip on to it. It is a bit slippery naked. I suggest this phone.
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I just used my 4G and 4G mobile hotspot worked about 95% of cases and even when he changed to 3 g of the NCAA Hockey Gtab I entered my never left behind. I was very impressed. I spread this way for about 2 hours in the cost of about 40% of my battery. But I am especially suggesting for you. Before one month I have read the about this problem on this. There I read the completely about the 4G technology. I didnít know about with thunderbolt. I think this the best way to know about the 4G technology.
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As far as I realize, the $11 Premium Data is a non-compulsory add-on for Sprint TV Premium and other extras. The Premium Data add-on is not fresh for the HTC Evo, thatís why a rapid Google search can simplify. As for the hotspot attribute, why would the additional charge make you go with the DInc? Even paying $30 for mobile hotspot that brings the plan charge to the similar as Verizonís; apart from you have a superior phone with 4G data and a hotspot for up to 8 devices. These charges may not be dirt-cheap, but they are still better than everything else out there.
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I work in a company (pair of miles above the connector), and 4G has been periodic for me, but I think it is my correct place. My co-worker who has Verizon hardly finds a signal on their ordinary phones in the office. I live presently outside the common 4g exposure area (approximately 1 exit up the interstate from it) and well within the "extended 4g coverage area", and I occasionally find 4g, infrequently 3g and sometimes "0g's". (Evaluated to AT&T, whom I found no signal at all at my place). fine, it is the most excellent phone signal I have had since I have lived here, and when I find 4g it is simply 4x quicker than my DSL. At least when I go over to my friendís house to illustrate it off, they should be well within the normal 4g coverage area.
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