Did log in, but did not find it.... oh well.
Maybe a Rogers person can tell me how i can reserve a device?
I know at least they used to read this board.
My situation is I am not all together happy with the Galaxy SII LTE, and want to buy this phone out right.
Go to the HTC One X page, and there are two links.
Preorder for new customers (I am not a new customer) FYI I think the plan that you want them to take is bad, My10 is not for everybody and it is very weak on Data.
Register for existing customer. Click on the it takes me into MyRogers, I looked and looked I can not see under phones HTC ONE X, and I can not see anywhere where it talks about reserving anything.
Under the Phone Area of MyRogers no link for reserving a new device.
I know I can not get a subsidized price and I am fine with that but can not find a way to reserve a device at full retail price.
Right when you login to My Rogers, click the Account Info graphic. Once you're there and your account is loaded in the Overview tab, under the section with your phone number you'll see a red button that says "Device Reservation". Click it and proceed to pick LTE Smartphone; it's pretty simple. If you don't have the button, then I would say there's something screwy with your browser.
Ok thanks I am reserved, maybe the "Device Reservation" link was there yesterday but I either did not see it or because it is in Red did not think it is a link.
Not sure how they will compare, guess time will tell.
I read they went dual core because it plays nice with LTE.
My biggest compromise I think will be living with 16gig of internal memory only
LTE is a useless functionality for me. If the Tegra's battery life is as good as they say, I will live with HSPA 21...heck my iPhone at 14.4 is fine.
LTE is not useless after you use it for the first time.
I can't go back to HSPA, it's such a superior experience.
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I've used LTE on both Rogers and Bellus. It's fast, but has no impact on how I utilize my handsets. I was not impressed with the performance on either carrier. Once the spectrum auction happens and the carrier's get me more in building coverage, I will try again.