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In Rural UK, Old 2G Phones Beat 3G Smarphones For Connectivity

August 13th, 2011 08:26 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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hypnosec writes “A new research has showed that Smartphones are worse in connectivity than 2G enabled mobile phones in remote areas in the United Kingdom. The research conducted by telecom watchdog OfCom has revealed that users should invest in mobile phones different than latest Smartphones, if they prioritize best reception for calls. ‘As would be expected, all the 2G operators have widespread coverage of the roads that were surveyed with relatively few not-spots. 3G coverage is much lower on the roads driven, likely reflecting the stage of network roll out in Devon at the time of the study,’ the OfCom has reported.”

Source: In Rural UK, Old 2G Phones Beat 3G Smarphones For Connectivity

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