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PrivateGSM network roaming

Mobile users often change network: PrivateGSM automatically detects it and reacts properly reconnecting. 

Roaming between different mobile network types and between cells is managed automatically by mobile operators and does not imply an IP address change. A cell change can create a short pause (some seconds).

Roaming between mobile network and WiFi network is managed by OS on iPhone and Android, while on Blackberry and Symbian is partially controlled by application.

 

PrivateGSM behavior depends on many factors, including mobile platform, network type and PrivateGSM state (idle or in-call).

Idle state

PlatformMobile to WifiWifi to Mobile

NoteDelayNoteDelay
AndroidReconnect as soon as it detects WiFI< 30''Reconnect as soon as it loose WiFI< 30''
BlackberryReconnect as soon as it detects WiFI< 30''Reconnect as soon as it loose WiFI< 30''
iPhoneReconnect as soon as it detects WiFI< 30''Reconnect as soon as it loose WiFI< 30''

 

In-Call state

 PlatformMobile to WifiWifi to Mobile
 NoteDelayNoteDelay
AndroidCut one leg of the call< 5''Cut one leg of the call< 5"
BlackberrySecure calls continues until one user hang-up, then PrivateGSM automatically reconnect via WiFi---Cut one leg of the call< 5"
iPhoneCut one leg of the call60''Cut one leg of the call60''
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