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Originally Posted by ranxoren the rogers 3G in a good 3G area is amazing. as ... BlackBerry Bold forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranxoren View Post
    the rogers 3G in a good 3G area is amazing. as you know i was working with Rogers and i was asking our techs if the Rogers 3G was 3.6mbps or 7.2mbps and i was actually surprised to hear from them that MTL, OTTAWA, MONCTON and TORONTO are 7.2MBPS !
    Rest of Canada is still 3.6mbps (unless he didnt mention everything) and on their way to 7.2mbps.
    Also i got to play with our live TV streaming service and its incredibly fast so trust me. If i was able to watch LIVE TV you can listen to 52kbps stereo music
    Cool
    THx for that heads up,

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    Is there anything more reliable than moodio, I've tried all compression ratio's and still get hickups with most stations

    Is it the 3G network , or just the way streaming radio will be ?

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    i think its the software. cuz like i mentioned earlier XM radio on the n95 works flawlessly.
    Ill look more into it.

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    i just tried mooodio for you and it works perfectly here. Takes about 10-15seconds to first start the radio station and then works flawlessly.
    im on 36kbps btw

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    Thanks,
    Although it does work ok ,then sometimes it hickups or music is inconsistent.
    I don't wanna pay for XM


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    I guess I have not that great of high speed thats why i have problems.. perhaps once i get a 3g phone i will try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Carter View Post
    I guess I have not that great of high speed thats why i have problems.. perhaps once i get a 3g phone i will try again.
    yeah 3G makes a HUGE difference in terms of streaming media over the internet thats for sure.

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    oh well i can't even get a trial of XM as it's not available for the BOLD's OS

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    Try this...

    ... FlyCast.fm

    I downloaded it a week ago and have used it everyday! There's over 100 stations, you can mark stations as favorites, search, history and works great with wifi phones!

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    I guess I need to wait to upgrade my BB before I could take advantage of internet radio. ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    For Live TV you can use Mobi4Biz for ATT and Mobi.Tv. CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox, and 5 other channels live on your Bold. It's not free thus. Around $10/month
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