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    I use PdaNet with my 650 to connect to the internet. I remember seeing a competitor but can't remember the name. Is there anything better than PdaNet?
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    WirelessModem, it only supports a serial interface last time I checked though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rclodfelter
    I use PdaNet with my 650 to connect to the internet. I remember seeing a competitor but can't remember the name. Is there anything better than PdaNet?

    I have 3 yr history with PDAnet, one time fee good all yr.

    used it with 600 & 650
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    Quote Originally Posted by rclodfelter
    I use PdaNet with my 650 to connect to the internet. I remember seeing a competitor but can't remember the name. Is there anything better than PdaNet?
    Just curious to what issues you're having with it? I used it a good bit on my 650. Haven't used it much on the 700 but I do have the new version.
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    I have no issues with it. I was just wondering if there was something better/faster/smarter. That's all. :-)
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    Sorry if this has been answered before:

    Do I need to purchase a new license and pay again for PdaNet for my 700p? I previously paid for PdaNet for my 650. I'm guessing yes.

    Also, is PdaNet for 700p stable, or still in beta? Again, sorry if asked before.

    Thanks! Casey
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    PdaNet for 700p is stable. I'd contact JuneFabrics about the license transfer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casey Cheung
    Do I need to purchase a new license and pay again for PdaNet for my 700p? I previously paid for PdaNet for my 650. I'm guessing yes.
    As a previous 650 licensee you're entitled to buy the 700p license for $19 instead of $34. See this link at junefabrics.

    The 700p version is already in Production (Version 4.02)
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    14 days free if you want a test run. yes it does support 700p (coming soon 700w), does support BT, but I don't use it so I can't confirmed.



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    pdanet is rocks!!!! I'm using it on my mac with bootcamp running windows and I love it. Helps me out when theres no wifi around


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