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Re: Add me to the 47% group
said by 88615298:I never said that, and I don't feel I'm better then everyone else. I'm just saying that I'm part of the 47% that don't feel they need to have a 4G connection. Its not that important to me. However, everyone has a right to use whatever devices fit their lifestyle, and in no way am I saying you (or anyone) must live their life the same way that I do.
B) Everyone is supposed to be like you? You think you are better than everyone else?
said by 88615298:When I'm in my car, I have a Garmin Nnüvi model #1350LMT. Last time I looked, I did not need 4G to be able to use that, and it has everything on it that I need to get from point A to point B. Now, if that uses 4G to do that, I was unaware of it. If it does not, then why have a smartphone or other device when I already have a GPS that fits my needs? Besides, that is the only time, and the only reason I got a GPS: For use in my car when I'm driving somewhere that I have never been to before. Outside of that, I never use it.
C) If you needed to use GPS you might want a data connection so you can access maps.
said by 88615298:So far, I have not found an area that I go to that the coverage is poor. If I ever run into that, its probably that I'm on vacation or something, and I would just find another way to contact someone if the need arose.
D) You could be in an area where you need to contact someone but the phone coverage sucks. At least with the data you could have other ways to communicate with people.
said by 88615298:Well, when that does happen, and I'm forced to switch phones, then so be it. However, I'll make sure to either disable any internet (data) features on the phone, and make sure I don't get billed for them. If that's not possible, then I will just go without. Its not that big of a deal to me.
E) Eventually even voice is going to go over LTE.
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