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    Is there a way to turn off web browsing without turning off the phone function? Having only 1mb (AT&T sucks!), I need to conserve the bandwidth....
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    In the Treo 300, you used to be able to turn it off in the Blazer app. I don't see the option in the T600, which means I think you have to turn the phone off and on. Anyone else?
    jello
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    In the Prefs app, select network, and then you will see a "Disconnect" button. The old Blazer "Network" menu option was simply a link to this app.

    FWIW, If you're not in the Web app, you should not be using any bandwidth.

    Michael
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    Originally posted by mfacelle
    In the Prefs app, select network, and then you will see a "Disconnect" button. The old Blazer "Network" menu option was simply a link to this app.

    FWIW, If you're not in the Web app, you should not be using any bandwidth.

    Michael
    I was going to suggest this as well, presently it is the procedure I use, I wish this option was available in the new blazer browser.

    Has anyone noticed any difference in battery life with the phone connected to the network as opposed to disconnected. I have no good way to measure this but subjectively it seems the battery life is better when I manually disconnect from the network when I'm done using the connection.
    No good deed goes unpunished
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    Originally posted by epoints
    Is there a way to turn off web browsing without turning off the phone function? Having only 1mb (AT&T sucks!), I need to conserve the bandwidth....
    That and the transfer rate. I feel for you, thats why I left Cingular.

    I'm averaging 100megs a month on Sprint, and that places me in the "casual user" category.
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    thanks for all the replies.

    too bad that I could not switch, because i can only get at&t where I work (4 floors undergound).

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