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  1.    #1  
    Hello all--

    I have never used a fancy PDA/phone like the Treo 600. I am thinking of getting one through Cingular, but I'm confused about whether and how the web can be accessed. With Cingular service and a Treo 600, will I be able to browse all websites (or almost all), or will I be limited to "selected sites" with news, weather, sports, and other mundane info. In other words, can I call up any page I want?

    If not, is this something I can do with another provider (AT&T, or whoever else)?

    Thanks in advance,

    Ira
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    Cingular is far from the cheapest, but with a plan for data you can access any site you want.
    Hitting 'Em Hard, Long and Straight
  3. #3  
    Originally posted by Architect
    Cingular is far from the cheapest, but with a plan for data you can access any site you want.
    ..., because the blazer web browser is similar to the browser you use on your computer with graphics and all. This is opposed to the browser (wap) you have seen in cell phones that only goes to "special" sites.

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