What are the 3 types "networks" in the USA?
Integrated Digital Enhanced Network (iDEN) (walkie-talkie=Time division multiple access (TDMA)
Code division multiple access (CDMA)
Global System for Mobile Communications, (GSM) *originally Groupe Spécial Mobile
What was the first smartphone?
IBM Simon Personal Communicator (network Advanced Mobile Phone System "AMPS")
What were the 2 companies that first made up T-Mobile USA?
VoiceStream Wireless Inc and Powertel by the parent company Deutsche Telekom (The "T" stands for Telekom)
What was the first cellphone that could tether?
UNKNOWN but the following list of OSs could do "internet sharing": Windows OS, Palm OS, Blackberry OS *Also a few phones could do it like the Nokia 3220 and the Motorola V95..... SO NO! ANDROID AND iOS DID NOT CREATED IT ( THEY STARTED AT ANDROID 2.2 "2.1 IF ROOTED" AND iOS 4.0 "3.0 IF JAILBREAK")
Who is the one that sets the standards and rules of network that T-Mobile and AT&T?
GSM Association (GSMA) then reviewed by Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Why do most phone won't work internationally?
In the US, CDMA had been assigned the frequencies that GSM is running on the rest of the world.
What network does LTE run on?
It is based on the GSM/EDGE (GSM) and UMTS/HSPA (WCDMA) network technologies. So yes this was a trick question.
I wish this had gotten more traction. I like this idea
Thanks @tmo_lauren, I also wish it did, with T-Force team