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  1. Rican Bx Bomba's Avatar
    as you can see from the screen shot i dont have the "E" but a circle... what is this?

    Been like this for a few hours now.
    Attached Thumbnails No Edge icon but a Circle?-iphone-circle.jpg  
    2010-04-02 02:46 AM
  2. cpjr's Avatar
    Means no data service at all.
    2010-04-02 02:54 AM
  3. Rican Bx Bomba's Avatar
    hm.. well thanks for the quick response. i still get data service just extremely slow.. slower than Edge.

    I really hope edge comes back I've seen this before but only lasted a few mins not hours =\
    2010-04-02 02:56 AM
  4. Effenpig!'s Avatar
    I don't know about no data, I have the circle when I don't have edge, just GPRS. With the circle I usually get about 35kbps download

    what carrier do you use? Whats your location ?

    ( if you don't
    me asking)
    2010-04-02 03:01 AM
  5. Rican Bx Bomba's Avatar
    T-mobile (of course) anddd im in New York City as you can see in that screenshot lol
    2010-04-02 03:03 AM
  6. soulthoughts's Avatar
    I'm pretty sure it's GPRS...even slower than edge.
    2010-04-02 05:09 AM
  7. Effenpig!'s Avatar
    Don't feel bad, I'm on GPRS 99% of the time where I live. Even with AT&T the bestvyoull get is edge here.
    2010-04-02 05:18 AM
  8. corkey20000's Avatar
    It is GPRS. Slower than EDGE believe it or not. Some areas of the city do not have EDGE in place or you are just in an outskirt area.
    2010-04-02 06:44 PM
  9. Rican Bx Bomba's Avatar
    Alright guys thanks for the input. Edge came back a few hours later so things are back to normal.

    Thanks again. =]
    2010-04-02 06:49 PM
  10. cpjr's Avatar
    Yeah thats what I meant, might as well be no data
    2010-04-02 07:33 PM
  11. Effenpig!'s Avatar
    I wouldn't go that far....

    My average speed on GPRS is about 35k, back in the dial up days that was considered a pretty impressive speed, your just spoiled now
    2010-04-02 08:25 PM
  12. adp's Avatar
    Is it kbits or KBytes/second? There's a huge difference. 35 kBytes/second is about what you would get on edge...speedtests tend to confuse people by displaying kbits/second. in your case, the conversion would yield about 4Kb/s, which is dead slow.
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    2010-04-02 08:48 PM