1. EVOP's Avatar
    So I was on my phone and was able to surf the web at the same time and I remebered Verizon wasn't able to do that so I turned off my wifi while on the phone and it wouldn't let me surf the web anymore so I realized if u have wifi on while talking on the phone you are able to surf the web although I would assume you had to be connected to a network

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    10-17-11 01:52 AM
  2. dictoresno's Avatar
    So I was on my phone and was able to surf the web at the same time and I remebered Verizon wasn't able to do that so I turned off my wifi while on the phone and it wouldn't let me surf the web anymore so I realized if u have wifi on while talking on the phone you are able to surf the web although I would assume you had to be connected to a network

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    yes, the only way for CDMA users to use data while on a voice call is to be on wifi. this is one of the most widely known things already, its somewhere between "red is spelled r-e-d" and "elephants have trunks, not noses".
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    10-17-11 02:28 AM
  3. mc21's Avatar
    yes, the only way for CDMA users to use data while on a voice call is to be on wifi. this is one of the most widely known things already, its somewhere between "red is spelled r-e-d" and "elephants have trunks, not noses".
    Comon now. It may be common knowledge to most of us, but this guy was just trying to be helpful with something he just discovered. :P
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    10-17-11 03:26 AM
  4. chasvs's Avatar
    yes, the only way for CDMA users to use data while on a voice call is to be on wifi. this is one of the most widely known things already, its somewhere between "red is spelled r-e-d" and "elephants have trunks, not noses".
    Another high number of posts from a smartass.. You're really helpful aren't you?
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    10-17-11 08:28 AM
  5. iBerry9930's Avatar
    elephants don't have noses!?!?!?
    10-17-11 11:57 AM
  6. pcgizmo#IM's Avatar
    yes, the only way for CDMA users to use data while on a voice call is to be on wifi. this is one of the most widely known things already, its somewhere between "red is spelled r-e-d" and "elephants have trunks, not noses".
    +1 this isn't a revelation

    Another high number of posts from a smartass.. You're really helpful aren't you?
    Way to make your point with another smartass comment......and the OP wasn't asking for help

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    Last edited by pcgizmo; 10-17-11 at 12:14 PM.
    10-17-11 11:59 AM
  7. Jaguarr40's Avatar
    I am really amazed that when anyone throws up a thread not knowing that everyone on CB might not know what he or she is about to post gets so bent out of shape because they put something up with the hope in helping someone else. All he wanted to do was spread the word to others that did not know this and that was wrong why??

    Come on people, go over the posting rules and refresh your minds about politeness and what this forum was put up for to begin with.

    Thank you all.
    Last edited by Jaguarr40; 10-17-11 at 05:59 PM.
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    10-17-11 01:24 PM
  8. kjjb0204's Avatar
    After seeing some of the deceptive att commercials about simultaneous data and voice, I wouldn't doubt that many users don't know they can do the same with wifi on verizon. Guy is sitting in his office on a call with the wife about their anniversary and he quickly looks up restaurants on his phone while talking. My buddy on att asked me the other day while watching a game why verizon can't do that, so I called him and continued surfing via wifi at home.

    In any case, LTE is going to put an end to this anyhow, as its being designed from the ground up with simultaneous voice and data via cell network. The Thunderbolt can already do this, as it utilizes SVDO. Had a thunderbolt for a few weeks and it can use data and voice anywhere on the vzw 3g network. Wifi not needed. All other verizon smartphones still use EVDO.
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    10-17-11 01:56 PM
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