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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by skillyjack, Jul 15, 2012.

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    Still a original Droid user after 2 years, and am ready to make the jump to Droid Maxx or LTE. At the same time am ready to buy my first IPAD (New version) Is it more economical to only have one device run at 4G, or should I have both have that access? I don't want to over do it. Just have decent access away from the home for internet mainly for the IPAD.
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    Welcome to the forum!!!

    Depends on what you want to do. Do you really need the iPad to run at 4G speeds??? If not you could always buy the Maxx and get the wifi version of the iPad and wifi tether the iPad to your Maxx when out and about and use it on wifi when near a hotspot source.