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    had the 600? will get the 650?

    whats the $$$ you'll spend on apps that the treo doesnt provide?
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    I'ver already got a Tungsten C loaded with games so I will only get a good wireless email package if the pre-installed one is not good enough. Maybe call filter also. $100 max.
    Mike G

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    I spent $250 ish on my Treo600 and will gladly upgrade those programs. Who knows some more good stuff might come along soon.
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    I went through all my 600 apps and checked their websites- redownloaded the 'hi res' versions as necessary- emailed developers re: any possible conflicts and have a folder of programs and codes ready for installation - am going to start fresh on 650 with only address book/memo/etc syncing and reinstallation of 'proven' programs - not going to buy anything as of yet as most everything I have will work. the only thing I haven't got confirmation of yet is zlauncher- anyone know???
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    I didn't end up buying anything for the Treo 600. I'll probably have to look into what comes as a media player. I read somewhere there is something. I think I liked mmplayer though. I'm trying to think of new things the Treo 650 can do that might make me want to buy an application.

    I did pony up for pop access on my Yahoo account which was $20 a year, but I'll be switching over to Gmail which suddenly offered it for free.
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    First purchase will be to register the new voicemail software.
    Remember, the "P" in PDA stands for personal.
    If it works for you, it is "P"erfect.
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    I use pocket tunes deluxe on t600- am going to uninstall realplayer on 650 and use ptunes on the 650 also (hate realspyer *eh hem* player) - is a great music app- (Mp3's, shoucast, ogg, wav,) currently using kinomo for streaming media on 600- notsure if i'll stick with that or use other on 650
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    will be spending quite.....
    maybe 100-250 max
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    Quote Originally Posted by dstrauss
    First purchase will be to register the new voicemail software.

    i was going to say nothing, cause i think i have all i need on my 600, but I might buy this after the trial period is up.
    Felipe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Felipe
    i was going to say nothing, cause i think i have all i need on my 600, but I might buy this after the trial period is up.
    ditto
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    You folks are talking about buying "voice dial", not "voicemail" software, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dstrauss
    First purchase will be to register the new voicemail software.
    If you are indeed talking about "voice dial" rather than "voice mail" ...

    http://kb.palmone.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN/W...tem,CASE=31719

    Bluetooth headset
    Treo Voice Dialing is not compatible with Bluetooth headsets. When you press the button on a Bluetooth headset, Treo Voice Dialing is not activated. Use the Bluetooth headset normally, as if Treo Voice Dialing were not installed.
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    I'll probably get PdaNet if it works well w/ BT. And some BT software. Possibly an emulator or two to take advantage of the hi-res screen. And then I'll wait for the new 650 apps to come out.

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