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I'm using the Acer Liquid E phone and I keep seeing a bunch of different symbols on my phone where the 3g or WiFi symbols are located. I get that if it says 3g then I'm using my data connection and if it has the WiFi symbol then I'm using wireless connection, but somethimes I see an H↕ symbol or an E↕ symbol; what do these mean?


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Rogers Employee WiseD
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Re: Wireless/Data

FIrst off seeing these different letters is not a bad thing. Heres the definitions:


H -> Stands for HPSA which is sometimes referred to as 3.5G. You normally will only see this when data is being accessed. Basically the only difference is the data speeds are faster than 3G


E -> Stands for EDGE which is sometimes referred to as 2G. Depending where you are you might see the device drop to 2G. This just signifies that the area you are in doesnt have enough 3G signal to function. EDGE only has two differences compared to 3G. a.) Slower data speeds and b.) you cant talk and use data at the same time


Hope this was helpful,



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