03-24-2009 10:52 AM
03-26-2009 01:05 AM - edited 03-26-2009 01:07 AM
Depending on your provider, you might have something that is 3g, but in your area doesn't support it.
For example, when I'm on holiday in Finland, Finland has 3g providers, but where I'm located "at the cottage at the lake" I'm connected to a mast that only supports GPRS/edge. The area is not very populated, thus they haven't upgraded that mast yet, they start with dense populated area-masts and work their way down, or maybe they just decided that the traffic on this mast is enough for it to be updated etc. Here at home in Denmark, I have 3g connection because my everyday home is located in a populated area, and my local mast does in fact support 3g.
Anyway, try searching for a coverage map from your provider, maybe your local mast isn't able to give you 3g connections at all.
03-26-2009 05:26 AM
Thank you very much. I know that but it's not the case.
I'm at home and connected to a 3g internet network throught my 3g usb modem. I know that becasuse of the speed that is more thar 2.1 mb/s. So, this network should be 3g.