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    I just read an extensive thread about using DUN with the 650. The thread made a number of references to dialing numbers as such as #510 etc. This implied to me DUN only allows using a providers data service rather than allowing one to simply dial the telephone number of their ISP. Am I interpreting this correctly or can I use DUN to access my ISP only for the cost of standard airtime?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RhoXS
    I just read an extensive thread about using DUN with the 650. The thread made a number of references to dialing numbers as such as #510 etc. This implied to me DUN only allows using a providers data service rather than allowing one to simply dial the telephone number of their ISP. Am I interpreting this correctly or can I use DUN to access my ISP only for the cost of standard airtime?
    I would think you can do both. #XXX will activate the data, while a standard number will do standard dial up.

    If I am wrong I am sure some one will correct me.

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