1. amyleeom1213's Avatar
    are there any tricks 4 getting service where there isnt any?
    01-21-2010 07:13 AM
  2. flyingember's Avatar
    Let's look at this another direction. We'll rephrase your sentence and indirectly answer your question at the same time.

    "There's no service somewhere, what can I do to get service there?"
    01-22-2010 08:39 AM
  3. amyleeom1213's Avatar
    that does make more sence if anyone can help plz do.can sum1 explain to me the difference between 3g,edge,and wifi how do i no when to use what?ive tried to google but i am so confused
    01-23-2010 06:24 AM
  4. Alli's Avatar
    Easier. 3G is the high speed data service offered by your cellphone provider (be it AT&T or VZW, or any of the dozen carriers in the rest of the world). EDGE is data, but much slower. WiFi, on the other hand, is the internet that you can usually pick up on your computer (and also on your iPhone) when you go to places like Starbucks or a hotel which offers WiFi. WiFi doesn't require your phone be on, or connected to your carrier's network.

    One step further, if there is no WiFi available and you have no bars showing, you can't get data. If you have no bars (can't make a phone call) but you are connected to a WiFi source, you can use all your data features, like instant messaging, email, etc.
    01-23-2010 07:26 AM