Originally Posted by kjaslow
I thought the deal was:
gsm = phone and other non-user-specific phone functions work
GSM = voicemail and other user-specific phone functions work
edge = browser and other non-user-specific data functions work
EDGE = e-mail and other user-specific data functions work
Am I misunderstanding?
GSM means that you have GSM service for phone.
Upper and lower case GPRS/EDGE can mean many things, but lowercase for one reason or another indicates that you have no data service availability (could be a lot of reasons)