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    Wow to be in America... In Canada nothing exists...

    Wow to be in America... In Canada nothing exists like that, instead you pay an overage of about $173 / GB (taxes in) on a family share plan from all the major carriers. Kind of pathetic isn't it?
  2. This. If you're using a Samsung device, VoLTE...

    This. If you're using a Samsung device, VoLTE will usually not work without the correct CSC for the carrier you're planning to use it on. In recent years this has been expanded to include the...
  3. Thread: Rural Subsidy

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    Bell Strange thing is if you go to Rogers tablet page...

    Strange thing is if you go to Rogers tablet page online all you can see is how to add it to an Infinite plan and there are no mention of plans on their own.
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    HSPA: So it's the size of the added antennas I believe....

    So it's the size of the added antennas I believe. I thought they could be printed on a thin film like existing anntens as but I don't think that's the case.

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    Bell LOL! You make me laugh in the morning, thanks....

    LOL! You make me laugh in the morning, thanks. Data in Canada is more expensive than in 3rd world countries, it's pretty pathetic really. If you're talking:

    1) On your cell phone. Be careful,...
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    HSPA: While IOT sounds great and all that, are there...

    While IOT sounds great and all that, are there actually any plans in Canada that are of reasonable cost for them? The cheapest data only plan I found (that used to be $10/mo) is now $15 /mo and...
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    Not sure, will let you know in a couple of days...

    Not sure, will let you know in a couple of days thanks!
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    HSPA: Well it's only one or two bands, compared to...

    Well it's only one or two bands, compared to LTE's like 5 in Canada, so makes sense that you'd get a better speedtest. Looking to pickup a Note 20 (small) or S20 (regular) in the fall myself. 5G...
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    What's wrong with HoFo lately?

    I keep getting a blank page on /forum.php. Looking at the source it's just 2 blank lines. Only HoFo, it's not me.
  10. Bell Filled in the form. I was with virgin during the...

    Filled in the form. I was with virgin during the years specified.
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    The stock at https://near.shop is updated...

    The stock at https://near.shop is updated frequently, but still not daily yet.
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    Ah I see, that would indeed be the case. If you...

    Ah I see, that would indeed be the case. If you need to, lift your phone as high as you can and hold it from the sides.
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    Well, 911 is going to use any carriers signal...

    Well, 911 is going to use any carriers signal that's available... You don't even need to be registered onto the network.
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    Bell Exactly this. Especially with the pathetically...

    Exactly this. Especially with the pathetically small data buckets in Canada... Zero point to paying extra for this.
  15. HSPA: So I don't think there is an actual restriction...

    So I don't think there is an actual restriction anymore if there ever was... That earlier quote said he was on a tablet plan. Has anyone with a peace of mind connect plan actually been billed more?
    ...
  16. Bell Mm no it doesn't have the 'most capacity' nor...

    Mm no it doesn't have the 'most capacity' nor does it have 'superior coverage'. Both these are true of AT&T these days. You're probably thinking of 5 years ago.
  17. Bell They were the cell ID's as reported by Samsung's...

    They were the cell ID's as reported by Samsung's debug screen:

    166091
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    166093
  18. Bell Hey Sheytoon, any chance you know which tower's...

    Hey Sheytoon, any chance you know which tower's these are?

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    dc3b26b

    Thanks,
    Kevin
  19. HSPA: Isn't it sad some of these plans are actually...

    Isn't it sad some of these plans are actually cheaper in Canada than what local Canadian's pay?

    FlexiRoam is also a good option. Know Roaming is also Canadian, not sure how well they're doing or...
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    HSPA: Well I believe this was the case when I had an S8...

    Well I believe this was the case when I had an S8 Plus (due to the whole Note 7 fiasco)... Not sure if that at least has changed.
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    No I probably wouldn't. They can plaster it on...

    No I probably wouldn't. They can plaster it on signage and if still nothing, send it in the afternoon, without a nuclear alert.

    Not at 2am when everyone is sleeping and not looking for a child
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    HSPA: Yes I agree. VoLTE, WiFi calling and Carrier...

    Yes I agree. VoLTE, WiFi calling and Carrier Aggregation have been some of the most poorly implemented things on Android - I was expecting them to be part of the 3GPP consortium or whatever it is.
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  23. LOL!!! Me too KevinK1

    LOL!!! Me too KevinK1
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    HSPA: VoLTE / WiFi Calling on non-telus devices?

    So I found this article over on MobileSyrup and wondering what the state of their claims are, does Telus or has any other carrier for that matter, finally allowed WiFi calling / VoLTE / Carrier...
  25. I agree... 2G = GSM 3G = HSPA 3.5G = HSPA+ 4G...

    I agree...
    2G = GSM
    3G = HSPA
    3.5G = HSPA+
    4G = LTE
    5G = Actually 5G

    Aside from switching phones that were on LTE to a 5GE icon, did they ever actually advertise it? Like get on the most...
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