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Old 10-21-2011, 11:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Roger Torch 9860 Wireless Hotspot Capability?

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Originally Posted by boogityman View Post
Hi all,

Thanks in advance for the help. I had an account a few years ago but had to sign up for a new one since I couldn't seem to find where to send a password reminder and I'll be damned if I remember that.

Aaaanyways, basically my Dad has a Torch 9860 on Rogers and we are thinking of getting him one of these new fangled (WiFi only) Kobo tablets for his birthday but I can't find from any documentation if a Rogers 9860 is capable of making a mobile hotspot, which is pretty critical considering he would be using it almost exclusively while travelling around Canada.

Thanks!
Juts to confirm, are you looking for UMA (Rogers TalkSpot/Wi-Fi Calling) or are you looking to have your Blackberry act as a Hotspot (LTEE)?

I know the 9860 is UMA capable, based on the technical specification sheet for the 9860, I believe it is NOT capable of acting as a Wireless HotSpot.

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