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Panasonic Allure Review - PCstats.com Panasonic Allure Review
Mon, May 06 2002 | 2:04AM | PermaLink Feedback?
I have a busy life juggling between school, my day job and then Buddhacon. My cell phone is crucial for me when on the road traveling. I need a phone that is light, does not suck up the batteries and is loaded with features. That is why I chose the new Panasonic Allure cell phone. The Allure runs on the ATT multi-digital network and on the following bands: 800 MHz analog, 800 MHz TDMA and 1900 MHz TDMA. TDMA stands for: Time Division Multiple Access. TDMA is a satellite and cellular phone technology that interleaves multiple digital signals onto a single high-speed channel. For cellular, TDMA divides each channel into three sub channels providing service to three users instead of one. At first I was thinking about going with the Sprint all-digital network because they had the newest phones in terms of technology and features, but their network has issues with dropped calls and bad reception. Verizon has a decent network, but I always felt their phones were out of date. I needed a compromise and a nationwide network, so I chose Panasonic Allure in conjunction with the ATT network.
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