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    http://www.phonenews.com/content/view/1780/

    I'm not sure I understand all this. since we don't use a wap browser is this going to effect us? is this something I should be concerned about?

    thanks, cody
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    http://www.phonenews.com/content/view/1780/

    Update: The 23rd has come and users are reporting the fee has not taken effect. eCare continues to confirm the fee, but others have confirmed to PhoneNews.com that media coverage of the fee has prompted Sprint to cancel the trial at this time. Sprint officials declined to comment.

    Smart move on Sprint's part -- the rebellion would have been swift and ugly.
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    New update, same link...

    Update 2: Sprint has confirmed to us that this charge will not take place. Quoting Sprint representatives: "At this time we are not charging any additional fees beyond our data pack or casual usage charges to access any of these sites."
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    how was this going to work? where thay going to charge $1 for each 3rd party site or what?
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    $1 for 24 hour access or something like that... details are on the article, I didn't pay much attention to it... just read the updates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pibe38 View Post
    $1 for 24 hour access or something like that... details are on the article, I didn't pay much attention to it... just read the updates.
    Doesn't matter what they are thinking of charging -- it will never survive the light of day -- it will not survive the customer onslaught that it would create.

    Of course, they could be charging us $49 monthly for data. . . .

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