I just streamed audio from east Indiana along US30 to Chicago just fine except in that one area that is still edge....soon to be upgraded.
Sent from my MB865 Atrix 2.
iPhone 4 on AT&T:
Yeah I don't think AT&T has much to worry about since there's spectrum available
Last edited by johnhere; 09-09-2012 at 09:02 PM.
Sounds like they are doing it the smarter way with smaller buys instead of one big buy. They still should consider filling in the gaps beyond the top 100.
Left: Apple iPhone 5 on T-Mobile Unlimited LTE, On the right CenturyLink DSL at Home:
Ironically I think that a mini Garmin like connection should be the standard. If you have ever used one you would know! And yes Garmin can make them thin. My current Garmin is iPhone thin! The ironic part is that it is similar to what Apple designed...wonder if Garmin will ever get sue happy!
With one hand you can snap it into (and out of) a charger/holder and you don't need to concern yourself about various device pairings. Say, if you snapped it into your car mount it would charge and BT could be activated to your cars BT. Same thing on your desk or night stand!
One mount, many phones, what a concept!
The more I read about it