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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gihad2, Jun 19, 2011.

  1. gihad2

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    hi my friends
    Ihave samsung galaxy s
    and realy after i buy it
    Ifelt disapointed
    that is because ifound that all internet browsers is expensive
    even the best browser i used to use operamini
    please iwant your advice and experiences
    if there is any other economic and cheap browser
    with my regards
     

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    What do you mean by expensive? Opera is a free browser which costs nothing. Unless you mean costing you data download from your network provider. If thats what you mean then thats not the browser thats at fault. You need to have a data plan or be prepared to pay for data use.
     
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    thnks my freind
    Imean the browser itself
    the browsers differs in the quantity of kb that it spend to view
    the internet page
    and through my experince i saw operamini is the best cheap browser
    sory i didnt mean the install of the browser
    iment the work of it
    with my regards
     
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    Ok well any browser is going to use data bandwidth. There isn't going to be much of a difference between any browser as they will all display the same images and text etc. On the Opera browsers there is an option to turn off images and also turbo which, I believe compresses images to make them load faster though they don't look as good.

    Really your cheapest option will be to get a data plan with your network to provide you with enough data to use month to month.
     

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