Originally Posted by markhutchison
Quoted from: Glossary of Telecom Marketing Terms | Telecom Marketing
UMA xxx8211; Unlicensed Mobile Access - Provides access to cellular mobile voice and data services over unlicensed spectrum technologies, such Bluetooth or Wi-Fi (802.11). A UMA phone can use a cellular networks (GSM, CDMA, etc.) when out and about, and automatically switch to a UMA-enabled Bluetooth or Wi-Fi local network when in range, such as at home or in the office.
so i wouldnt be able to do the thing whare i use Wi-fi and it becomes my house phone? thats not a biggy, but i found out they do make 8820's for t mobile, but i could find a used unlockede one for 100 bucks less. as long as i still get GPS, and Wi-fi browsing and the web browser. but how dose it compair to the 8320 other than looks?