what is mobile data network and usage
You pay your cellular provider a handsome fee every month. The fee comes in two chunks: One chunk (the less expensive of the two) covers the telephone service; the second chunk delivers the data service, which is how your Android phone gets on the Internet. This system is the mobile data network.
Your phone is capable of accessing the mobile data network at various speeds. These current speeds and services are available:
4G LTE: The fourth generation of wide-area data networks is the fastest and most popular network. Some providers may refer to this type of network as HAPA.
3G: The third-generation mobile data network is available in locations that don’t offer $G LTE service
1X: The original mobile data network had no name, but is now called 1X. This service might be available when the other two have been obliterated by some moron with a backhoe.
Your phone always uses the best network available. So, whenever a 4G LTE network is within reach, that network is used for Internet communications. Otherwise, the 3G network is chosen, and then 1X as a form of last-ditch desperation.
- Some phones feature a status icon that indicates the currently connected network.
- The H+ status icon on some phones represents the HSPA mobile data network, which is equivalent to 4G LTE.
- The Signal Strength icon might represent the mobile data network, but on some phones it refers only to the telephone service.
- It’s possible to make phone calls when the mobile data network is unavailable. In some remote locations, that’s the only type of wireless service offered.
- When both a mobile data network and Wi-Fi are available, your phone uses Wi-Fi for all Internet access. Therefore, I recommend connecting to, and using, a Wi-Fi network wherever possible.
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