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Signal strenght on HTC phones

My upgrade date is in Sept so I'm looking at some new phones now.  I was in the AT&T store today and looked at the htc freestyle to replace my karma.  I liked it; looked nice.  I asked the saleman if the HTC got good signal.  He said no.  Now I live in a rural area with lots of mountains.  Nokia's, Motorola's and Iphones pick up great.  So are htc's that bad recepetation wise?

 

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My upgrade date is in Sept so I'm looking at some new phones now.  I was in the AT&T store today and looked at the htc freestyle to replace my karma.  I liked it; looked nice.  I asked the saleman if the HTC got good signal.  He said no.  Now I live in a rural area with lots of mountains.  Nokia's, Motorola's and Iphones pick up great.  So are htc's that bad recepetation wise?

 

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Edited by JFizDaWiz on Jul 25, 2011 at 11:42:02 PM

I dont know what he's talking about. Never had a problem with any HTC phone and they are the only phones I've bought in the past 4 years. I'd say any current HTC phone will have a better signal than any iPhone, myself. Plus you got 30 days on that upgrade to return/exchange the device

 

Give the Inspire a try

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Edited by JFizDaWiz on Jul 25, 2011 at 11:42:02 PM

I dont know what he's talking about. Never had a problem with any HTC phone and they are the only phones I've bought in the past 4 years. I'd say any current HTC phone will have a better signal than any iPhone, myself. Plus you got 30 days on that upgrade to return/exchange the device

 

Give the Inspire a try

I dont know what he's talking about. Never had a problem with any HTC phone and they are the only phones I've bought in the past 4 years. I'd say any current HTC phone will have a better signal than any iPhone, myself. Plus you got 30 days on that upgrade to return/exchange the device

 

Give the Inspire a try

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I wanted to stick to a QMD so I can keep my unlimited data plan. I did like the look of the HTC phones that's for sure. I don't know how much data I use though..not really a lot I don't think.
I wanted to stick to a QMD so I can keep my unlimited data plan. I did like the look of the HTC phones that's for sure. I don't know how much data I use though..not really a lot I don't think.

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HTC Freestyle then, not a smartphone, it runs the Brew OS but with the Sense UI like on their Android phones. touch screen phone as well
HTC Freestyle then, not a smartphone, it runs the Brew OS but with the Sense UI like on their Android phones. touch screen phone as well
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Inspires signal is crap compared to iPhone. All this new network bologna from ATT is crap. No point in a fast download/upload speed when you can't even make a call.
Inspires signal is crap compared to iPhone. All this new network bologna from ATT is crap. No point in a fast download/upload speed when you can't even make a call.

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tomahawk13 wrote:
Inspires signal is crap compared to iPhone.

As the late Steve Jobs said, maybe you're just holding it wrong   :-P


tomahawk13 wrote:
Inspires signal is crap compared to iPhone.

As the late Steve Jobs said, maybe you're just holding it wrong   :-P

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I don't have any issues with reception.  I've got better signal with my Inspire than I have with many other phones I've had. 

 

I've gotten texts and taken phone calls in a local store where other phones would show no signal. 

I don't have any issues with reception.  I've got better signal with my Inspire than I have with many other phones I've had. 

 

I've gotten texts and taken phone calls in a local store where other phones would show no signal. 

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Oh Steve what will we do without him ?
Oh Steve what will we do without him ?

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