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    Default Which "G" is going to be the King?

    I am Teletalk 3G initial user. It "was" quite good. Better than Qubee and Banglalion. However, lately it has gone to 中中. So changing to something dependable is more than obvious. Now the question is change to who?

    The telecom operators are confusing like hell. And I have no knowledge in this regards either. First, Robi is claiming they will provide 3.5G and GP is claiming they are 3.9G. GP does have 10MHz spectrum compared to others 5MHz. What difference does the 0.XG makes? I know, GP should be the leader in theory. However, what difference do they practically make? I don't want to buy a new SIM since I have some spare ones, but none of them are GP. So unless GP is that good in theory and practice, I won't buy a GP.

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    Theoritically gp has a great network coverage in whole bangladesh and they have already done all 3g related networking setups when others just getting started, so this is a very easy answer that gp will be the king. .lets see what happens afterall they are starting from 1st october

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    Googled a bit and found this
    http://www.themobileindian.com/talkt...en-3g-and-3.5g

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LTE_(telecommunication)

    http://blog.3g4g.co.uk/2007/05/3g-39g.html

    http://karlrsmith.blogspot.com/2012/...on-part-1.html




    There seems to be confusion when people discuss terms like 3.5G, 3.75G so i decided to define them. I am sure people who have objections will comment.


    Lets first start with 2G systems:
    2G = GSM
    2.5G = GPRS
    2.75G = EDGE

    Then moving onto 3G systems:
    3G = WCDMA, R99 (i am not looking at other technologies but similar mapping will apply)
    3.5G = HSDPA

    3.75G = HSUPA
    3.8G = HSPA+ (HSPA Enhancements)
    3.85G = 'HSPA+' + MIMO
    3.9G = LTE


    4G = NOT WiMAX

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    ^Damn! Is GP really using LTE?
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    As long as I get to download stuff at 128KB/s with my unlimited Robi package, I'll be more than happy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    As long as I get to download stuff at 128KB/s with my unlimited Robi package, I'll be more than happy!
    nothing is unlimited without broadband and are you getting 128kbps from now or you expecting from their upcomming 3g?

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    My Robi unlimited is indeed unlimited, I have downloaded over 35 Gigabytes in a month, nothing happened, no FUP BS, 256 Kbps isn't enough

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    my current handset supports until HSDPA and HSUPA, dekha jak kamon service paoa jaye

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    if Wimax=Not 4G then why they claim they have 4g network coverage

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    Because BD is full of people who do not know better.

    Back to original topic, definitely GP. Nobody else has the cash to even compete, so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    My Robi unlimited is indeed unlimited, I have downloaded over 35 Gigabytes in a month, nothing happened, no FUP BS, 256 Kbps isn't enough
    I downloaded over 200GB this month -_- Broadband FTW!

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    FTW bote, Allah na koruk, emon ek din jodi life e ashe apner jeikhane Broadband Wimax kono kisu e nai, tokhon bujben Edge koto upokari

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    actually G means speed, not technology. gprs diye jodi 10mbps speed pawa jeto tahole oidare 4g koito... hspa te mone hoy na gp 3mbps dibe... dile 3.5G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Because BD is full of people who do not know better.

    Back to original topic, definitely GP. Nobody else has the cash to even compete, so...
    tahole ki tech use kore?

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    It's all HSPA, just different terms used for marketing.

    GP's so called 3.9G is questionable. As to 4G, LTE and WiMax are both contenders for it, but finalized spec has not been drafted yet, as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    actually G means speed, not technology
    afaik G means Generation. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Generation and yes the speed does increase with the generations

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    ^i meant it. technology increases the bandwidth. but as i said, if these 'companies' provide protibondhi bandwidth like now, it will still be 2G no matter whatever technology the use, LTE or HSPA. ar ami jotodin jani usa te 3G speed dite shobai HSPA use kore ar 4G LTE, verizon HSPA+ use kore ar otar technology improve kore 4G speed e dey so they decided to call it 4G.
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    So what do you guys suggest? I should defenitely get a GP SIM?

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