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FAQs related to the difference between cellular data and Wi-Fi on your Sprint Optik 2

Last Updated: May 16, 2014

Answers to some of your questions about the difference between the Sprint networks and Wi-Fi

  • What are the benefits of the Sprint data networks and Wi-Fi?

    • Sprint 3G network

      Your Sprint Optik 2 supports Sprint 3G and not Sprint 4G LTE.

      The Sprint 3G network offers a speedy Internet connection.

      You can browse the Internet, download, or stream content on a Sprint data connection anywhere you can access a Sprint data signal.

      With a Sprint 3G connection your Sprint Optik 2 has access to services such as streaming video, sharing photos, and accessing social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.

      Troubleshoot data connectivity issues.

    • Wi-Fi

      Wi-Fi is one of the most underused and useful features on a smartphone, tablet, or a computer.

      It's a short-range static wireless connection. Anyone can set up a Wi-Fi network with an Internet connection and a router or a Wi-Fi hotspot.

      Some benefits of using Wi-Fi:

      • Preserves battery life: Up to 50% less power when connected to Wi-Fi instead of using a data connection on the Sprint networks.
      • Improves in-building coverage with faster data speeds.
      • Find Wi-Fi hotspots at public places like shopping centers, cafes, hotels or airports.
      • Traveling internationally: Wi-Fi capability is a must-have to get access to email and other applications.
      • Easy connectivity to Wi-Fi networks: Even though Wi-Fi offers static coverage to a specific area, you can connect to Wi-Fi networks without needing to re-enter the settings each time.

      Connect to a Wi-Fi network.

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