Why You Should Know The Difference
CDMA or GSM refers to the type of network technology the phone uses. Some carriers use CDMA and some use GSM. Your choice of carrier and the technology it uses for its network might make the difference between being productive and connected or ending up with no signal.
It's probably the understatement of the decade to say that cell phones have become the single greatest tool in business. In today’s world the ability to communicate with business associates while on the go is not just an advantage, it’s a necessity. And because of that, the choices people make when choosing their handheld devices matter more than ever.
When it comes time to select a cell phone or smart phone, the major part of the evaluation people make focuses on the features and benefits of the handset. People may choose a device with the best features but in other way they spend money as few as possible. A device with features such as access to the Internet and email, an organizer that will sync with Outlook will be selected. This features can take the owner scheduler, contacts, and information on the road. And most importantly, the body and size of the phone cell, the slick one is better.
But if people conduct a lot of their business on the road or internationally, the most important decision they make regarding their service may not have anything at all to do with the features they usually consider important for handhelds. They choice of carrier and the technology it uses for its network might make the difference between being productive or ending up out of area.
By now, people have probably heard all of the acronyms in the alphabet soup of carrier technologies. The two major terms that pertain to cellular phone communication that people are likely to run into GSM and CDMA, the two major technologies service providers use to carry voice signals across the network. But what are they and why do they matter? There are our focuses