jamesvini, 14 Jun 2008actually there are 15 countries that use 3g including places like germany, newzealand, spain, ... moreactually there are so many countries that have 3g, maybe you are talking only about vodafone.
but even most places in latin america have at least umts
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2008Does iphone 3g have UMA technology?it cant even video record or use its blutooth correctly,,uma you must be joking
Philippine has 3G network with its 2 major telecom company Globe and Smart. now so much for the 3G network now back with the iPhone3G....
YES - US has 3G - but from what I know, only Cingular provides it... and its a bit expensive -
K, 13 Jun 2008Question to the US..... Do you guys EVEN HAVE 3G capability??? EDGE is not 3G. Poin... morereasearch your facts please, 3G technology is in approx 22 countries..i am a vodafone employee, we are getting the first delivery on july 11th.
There is 3G all over america. It fight not be the largest coverage, but its in almost everysingle major city. AT&T has updated their system to HSPA with sppeds right now up to 1.7Mbps. Everything from here on out is mostly software upgrades and they have announced that by the end of next year it will be up to 20mbps by the end of 2008
K, 13 Jun 2008Question to the US..... Do you guys EVEN HAVE 3G capability??? EDGE is not 3G. Poin... morehi, Austria has since 4 years 3G (UMTS) Services! We do have a speed of 7.2MB/s in our supported mobile phones.
But...3G video callings are kinda awful...
who want their gfs to know where they actually at...
its not only australia that has 3G network, rogers in canada has the 3G too, HSPA
K, 13 Jun 2008Question to the US..... Do you guys EVEN HAVE 3G capability??? EDGE is not 3G. Poin... moreactually there are 15 countries that use 3g including places like germany, newzealand, spain, japan, and england. i know i work for vodafone.
Cnet has some very good reviews on the iPhone 3G that might help with some of the speculations, current limitations, and capabilities.
Overall, the iPhone 3G maintains the same user interface and features as the predecessor with the added 3G, GPS, Microsoft exchange, and 3rd Party Applications with the addition of the App Store. What's left out is flash for photos, video recording, robust bluetooth capability, multimedia messaging, and voice dial. The lack of video recording, multimedia messaging, and voice dial is a definite heartburn for most end-users. The question that has not been validated is whether a cut and paste function exists.
Despite the long list of raging negative comments identified within the opinions of the iPhone 3G on gsmarena.com, the more economical price and overwhelming excitement set by the groundbreaking original will propel the iPhone 3G to new heights (with expected software updates to come in the future).
I dont know where some of you ppl get your info from, but the US does have a HSDPA network under AT&T, read, or research your info before your post stupidness. I am from Canada and we also have a 3G HSDPA network.....think about it, why on earth would a wireless service/phone provider offer a phone if it didnt have the technology to make money off of it....i dont think the executives are that stupid.....just thought id let you know.
How about some reviews and opinions of the iphone???? That is what this page is for!! I am sure you will have plenty of opinions to share, as is illustrated by the inordinate amount of garbage you are all posting here!!....If you cannot contibute constructively....CLEAR OFF!!!
ummm... i think only America is the only country that don't have 3g now, i know Southeast Asia have em for a while now, i know because that's where i bought my first 3g cell phone when i was there for a vacation.