Results 1 to 10 of 10
  1.    #1  
    This was on Engadget on Friday - just read it today...

    Could be interesting to VZW Treo users who are tired of paying too much for data and don't feel like buying another phone...

    http://feeds.engadget.com/~r/weblogs.../~3/175555952/
    END OF LINE
  2. WarDogg's Avatar
    Posts
    85 Posts
    Global Posts
    86 Global Posts
    #2  
    This is good news!
  3. #3  
    yo I already scooped you! old news :-D
  4.    #4  
    Congrats. Had no idea. 'Tis true...
    END OF LINE
  5. #5  
    Now... If we could only get some type of SIM technology we'd be SET!
    Grant Smith
    A+, Net+, MCPx2, BSIT/VC, MIS

    eNVENT Technologies
    Use your imagination.
    --
    Sprint HTC Evo 4G

    DISCLAIMER: The views, conclusions, findings and opinions of this author are those of this author and do not necessarily reflect the views of eNVENT Technologies.
  6. #6  
    Yeah, they should definitely bring the use of SIM cards to phones.
    Last edited by TazExprez; 10/31/2007 at 11:39 AM.
  7.    #7  
    Is the use of SIM cards even possible on a CDMA network?
    END OF LINE
  8. #8  
    There is a similar type of technology called, RSIM, I believe... HobbesIsReal could probably explain it better than me.
    Grant Smith
    A+, Net+, MCPx2, BSIT/VC, MIS

    eNVENT Technologies
    Use your imagination.
    --
    Sprint HTC Evo 4G

    DISCLAIMER: The views, conclusions, findings and opinions of this author are those of this author and do not necessarily reflect the views of eNVENT Technologies.
  9. #9  
    It's RUIM.
    It's basically the same as a SIM, but for CDMA. If they'd start using that, they'd get a lot of customers to switch from GSM to CMDA.
  10. #10  
    Ah... Thanks for the clarification / correction!
    Grant Smith
    A+, Net+, MCPx2, BSIT/VC, MIS

    eNVENT Technologies
    Use your imagination.
    --
    Sprint HTC Evo 4G

    DISCLAIMER: The views, conclusions, findings and opinions of this author are those of this author and do not necessarily reflect the views of eNVENT Technologies.

Posting Permissions