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    Hey Gang:

    Haven't been here in a while. I found out that Sprint has this horrible new policy for subscribers. If you don't pay them, they cut off your service...

    Anywho, I never got the chance to set up my 600, and I still want to play MP3's and use "The Marines Hymn" as a basic ringer. I tried the trial version of Pocket Tunes, but I never had the chance to buy an SD card. But what's this about aeroplayer? Which one is better?

    And I'd like to know which is the best/most cost effective SD card to use. I would go for SanDisk, but...well...you get what you pay for, right?

    I'd also appreciate any advice on new utilities. Thanks!

    KFG - He does kickin' right!
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    I had aeroplayer, but got pocketunes so that I can stream audio. There are other advantages as well, but that was key for me.
    Mike G

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    Quote Originally Posted by mg48
    I had aeroplayer, but got pocketunes so that I can stream audio. There are other advantages as well, but that was key for me.
    Ditto on streaming audio... it's assume.
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    Another vote for pTunes due in no small part to streaming. At first I didn't think I'd really stream much but when my office shut that capability off on our network, having it in pTunes quickly came in handy.

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