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VoIP over 3G

Journeyman

VoIP over 3G

This may have already been discussed.  I have a VoIP app for my Hero, which is very handy in situations where I have poor tower connection, but excellent WiFi.  It can be a pain, however, to change all the settings back and forth in one location especially.  So, what I wonder is this:  Does Sprint allow me to use the 3G network (i.e. the mobile broadband) to make a VoIP call?  Or, is this a violation of terms of service?

Thank you.  I see that JPSquared answered a similar question earlier, but I am not sure his answer applies to this question.

2 REPLIES
Master

VoIP over 3G

A 3G connection does not give you enough of a constant quality stream of data to support VOIP.

Larry ~ OKIESTRO

Master

VoIP over 3G

I've used "Groove IP" on my Evo and did VOIP using 3G without any issues, As have many customers I've spoke with.