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#1 GameSky

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 10:50 PM

First of all, hi all :thumbsup:

anyway, here are the situations that I currently face, and also some questions wanted to ask:-

- The area I live currently doesn't have adsl coverage, and I've applied for EDGE, the agent told me that my area have full coverage of EDGE network, for the phone, I'm currently using Nokia 6230i as the modem
- How do I know if I connected to the EDGE network, and not GPRS? My friend told me that if my download speed is lower than 15kb/s, that means I connected to GPRS, and not EDGE? For my case, I always have unstable speed, like suddenly 20kb/s, 3kb/s or sometime will be disconnected.
- Is there anyway around to improve my upload speed? I keep getting "time out" error message when I wanted to upload something, even just an image file that just 234kb in size :flowers:


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#2 ComputerWhizz7

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 02:07 PM

The agent at EDGE should be able to answer all these questions. Do you know what the top speed your phone can handle?
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