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[EV] noted as replacing [D] on my e815

Discussion in 'Alltel Forum' started by jstich, Dec 8, 2006.

  1. jstich

    jstich New Member

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    So I noticed recently that my home network has been upgraded. I now see a red [EV] where there used to be a green [D]. What does this mean for my service? What new capacity does the network around here have? We already had broadband, and I've been using Axcess TV for some time, so what was left to be improved?
     
  2. MOTOhooligan

    MOTOhooligan Former Mobile Data Addict
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    The [EV] is for EV-DO, which is faster data than 1xRTT, or what would have shown as D or digital on your phone. EV-DO is a good thing for downloads, etc.
     
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  3. strunke

    strunke .:|Always Covered|:.
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    You will notice a considerable increase in the performance of your axcess tv.

    Before you had download speeds of around 150 kbps. Now it will average 750 kbps, and bursts up to 2.4 mbps.
     
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