Hahaha. Well I'm glad that you somewhat understood the difference. Remember that there is no ... RIM Handheld OS forum
Hahaha. Well I'm glad that you somewhat understood the difference. Remember that there is no such thing as a domb question. ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
There's LOTS of information on the protocols up on wikipedia (www.wikipedia.com)
AT&T and T-Mobile are the major US GSM carriers, Verizon and Sprint are the major US CDMA carriers. The vast majority of the world is using GSM technologies - only about a half dozen CDMA carriers with significant numbers of subscribers. (Here in Canada, we have Bell and Telus for CDMA, only Rogers for GSM).
Extensions of the protocols - GSM is GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSPA and eventually LTE. GSM is the evolution of TDMA. CDMA is EVDO (CDMA2000).
Virtually all of Europe is GSM (which is why for a CDMA carrier to have a worldphone - like the 8830, they have to put a GSM radio in it along with the CDMA radio).
Cool now I get it for sure thanks for that.
Originally Posted by Ridicule
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