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Nov 25 2013
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PS Vita 3g/Wifi vs. Wifi Only

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Is there a reason not to get the 3g/Wifi version over the Wifi only one?

 

I am really tempted to order one in the next day or so. They're priced the same.


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Re: PS Vita 3g/Wifi vs. Wifi Only

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Yeah, if you are only going to use it on WiFi and not 3G and you have a fear of 3G signals invading your brain and sending signals to the reverse vampires?

That being said, at the same price, I see no downside. 




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Re: PS Vita 3g/Wifi vs. Wifi Only

Nov 25, 2013

If they are priced the same, I would get the 3G model, more hardware for the money. I was also told at a retailer that all new vitas are 3G

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They are the same price cause they are the same thing. One just have 3g, which .00001% of people actually use. I have a 3g/wifi launch verison and have never use the 3g. Why pay $15 a month for only 250MB. REALLY? 250MB for $15? That is BS. Cant even use 3g to download games or play online. I only use wifi, much faster than 3g and no limit. So really no point in having 3g but since they are same price, getting 3g verison wont hurt.

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Nov 25, 2013

unless you like to surf the web - the 3G variation is useless. You can't download anything or play games online. I have the 3G and was very dissapointed when I found out about the limited functionality of it.

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