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    Anyone planning to start a similar petiton for Cingular. Their GPRS plan is no better. I don't plan to upgrade because the service price is too high.
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    If you take the gprs patch, are you then prohibited from using dial up like we do know?

    The patch looks like it will have a couple of tweaks, i would hate to have to passit up if I am then stuck with only using gprs.
    Felipe
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    In think that the regular slow poke data connection will still be available with the GPRS patch. The GPRS can be turned off I believe.

    Originally posted by Felipe
    If you take the gprs patch, are you then prohibited from using dial up like we do know?

    The patch looks like it will have a couple of tweaks, i would hate to have to passit up if I am then stuck with only using gprs.
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    Originally posted by yardie
    In think that the regular slow poke data connection will still be available with the GPRS patch. The GPRS can be turned off I believe.

    I hope you're right...

    With free weekends, I certainly could put up with a slow connection, (you get what you pay for!) and use the GPRS during the week.

    Michael
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    I totally agree with you, Michael!

    Has anyone heard any updates on the beta, or how the GPRS will work?

    Regards,
    Adam
    http://blog.smilezone.com/
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    I am assuming that the thread starter did not see the news posting on CTIA news last week where CTIA said that T-Mobile planned a $40/mo all you can eat plan for all their GPRS devices. I dont have any details but it might be mentioned more on www.t-mobile.com in their company news.
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    Originally posted by meta_dave
    I am assuming that the thread starter did not see the news posting on CTIA news last week where CTIA said that T-Mobile planned a $40/mo all you can eat plan for all their GPRS devices. I dont have any details but it might be mentioned more on www.t-mobile.com in their company news.
    I heard that it was only going to be offered with their Sidekick device.
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    They are also offering unlimited MINUTES of usage for $29.95 and up with their "HotSpot" service, which offers Ricochet-like wireless broadband at Starbucks and stuff. But you only get a bucket of a certain number of megs (typically 500)... which sounds like a lot, but boy, it precludes Napster-like stuff

    And anyway, that's not for the Treo.

    Regards,
    Adam
    http://blog.smilezone.com/

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