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  1. #1
    4phun
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    This reminds me of the autocratic SOUPMAN skit on TV, "No soup for
    you!"

    Who cares if the AT&T iPhone or the AT&T BB now both have AT&T's free
    Nationwide Wifi and 3G, Verizon doesn't.

    "Though the omission of two all-but-standard smartphone features from
    BlackBerry's Storm is disappointing, it isn't totally inexplicable.

    BGR has confirmed through a "really top-level" Verizon source that the
    crippling was surprise! carried out at the behest of the wireless
    company. Few wireless providers are innocent of phone neutering, but
    this blatant promotion of their data service and the added network
    anchor that the lack of tri-band HSDPA protect interests that, well,
    don't really need much protecting.

    Even with Wi-Fi, who the hell is going to buy a Storm without a data
    plan?"

    Stop crippling your phones Verizon.

    source Boy Genius Report and GIZMODO




    See More: LOL - Verizon to BlackBerry "NO HSDPA OR WIFI 4U"




  2. #2
    Mark Crispin
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    Re: LOL - Verizon to BlackBerry "NO HSDPA OR WIFI 4U"

    It makes no sense for a Verizon, or any other CDMA network carrier's,
    product to have HSDPA. HSDPA is a GSM technology. The 3G technology in
    the CDMA world is EV-DO.

    Why does Vic insist upon doing these Followup-Tos? Is it because iPhone
    fanboys are too cowardary to allow corrections to go to the newsgroups
    that they bomb with this misleading and false propaganda?

    -- Mark --

    http://panda.com/mrc
    Democracy is two wolves and a sheep deciding what to eat for lunch.
    Liberty is a well-armed sheep contesting the vote.



  3. #3
    Larry
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    Re: LOL - Verizon to BlackBerry "NO HSDPA OR WIFI 4U"

    Mark Crispin <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > It makes no sense for a Verizon, or any other CDMA network carrier's,
    > product to have HSDPA. HSDPA is a GSM technology. The 3G technology in
    > the CDMA world is EV-DO.
    >
    >


    True, but what about the wifi crippling?.....




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