How come Sprint can give unlimited data for $15 on any device.... And ATT wants me to pay $35 on my pocket pc?!?!?!?!?
Sprint Mogul HTC touch and Windows mobil media
OK, so I've got a lot of the cool things working here, although it is a much greater learning curve than I had anticipated. But, I can't view things from Youtube, or Gexo, my favoite porn site. How can I do that?
Vodafone CEO urges industry to rally around LTE
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Sprint OpenWeb Update
Published by Dennis March 18th, 2008 in Content Adaptation and Carriers.
I've found out a little more about the OpenWeb transcoder that US CDMA/EVDO provider Sprint is rolling out which I wrote about last week. If you missed that piece, Sprint has added a transcoder from OpenWave called OpenWeb to at least some of their WAP gateways. The stated purpose of OpenWeb is to transform full web pages that wouldn't be usable on handsets into something mobile friendly. The problem is that the OpenWeb software modifies the browser's http headers, removing some and adding others which breaks many off-portal content (ringtone, wallpaper, game) delivery services. OpenWeb also transcodes many mobile websites that don't need it...
Any AT&T employees know when HSPA
I'm not interested in words like theoretical, or advertised speeds! I am only interested in real world end user results.
So do any AT&T employees know when there will be 2,3,4mbps of end user speeds??? If this helps, I live in Las Vegas, Nv.
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GPS service comparisson
Is there a way for me to turn off the data options or make it so I dont get data charges, because I find myself bumping the data key.
I dont want to run up a big data charge on my bill that I dont want.
Thanks for any help.
Faster tethering options....
Newbie Tethering question
PC cards + Windows Vista
you can always post it here or email it to me.
9-1-1 TAXES ON AIRCARS (SPRINT PX-500)
The card cannot "dial" 9-1-1 and it lacks GPS chipset for Phase 2 wireless E9-1-1 location requirements. Because of this, I contend that I should not be paying taxes for a device that CANNOT use the services for which I'm being taxed. It would be the rough analog of paying 9-1-1 taxes for a WiFi card.
Has anyone else tried to make this argument? Am I shoveling feces against the tide?
Flash on a blackberry
VZW 10mb PDA plan or unlimited
GRPS Class 10 vs Class 10/Edge vs Class 12/Edge
Hopefully someone here can clarify the difference between these data modes for me. I've contacted T-Mobile, but, to no avail.
What I'm doing is using my phone as a modem (via a cable) to a laptop to access the net. Below are a few examples of phones and what they're "high speed data access" modes are. Can anyone tell me the differences (speeds, clarity, what???) between the different classes and the Edge?
Samsung T309 - GPRS (Class 10) - Currently have this phone and am connecting consistently at a speed of 460.8
Motorola W409 - (and many more) - GRPS (Class 10) / Edge
Motorola RIZR Z3 - GRPS - (Class 12) / Edge
Additionally, I read that with the Edge, speeds are about half of what they could be available to r...
EDGE vs 3G or later Data Formats
No frills phone for tethering to n810 or similar device
But I can't figure it out because there just doesn't seem to be a dead simple phone with Bluetooth that would be the ideal partner in such a pairing. Sure I could get a fancy one that will stand on its own two feet if the tethered device isn't around, but I rather think I'd end up carrying both at all times - except I'd really rather not see that phone, I'd like to keep it in my pocket, use it via a headset as...