Can a Motorola E815 act as Bluetooth Modem for a laptop?
Also, does anyone know if the E815 can also sync with with my Mac Address book? The Moto 710 does this and it's a great feature. Thanks for your help!
There is a major difference for the cost as the e815 will access the Broadband network and has a dual network identifier (DNI). This means that you will have to subscibe to the $59.99 data package to use as a modem. If you are just using minutes now you are flying under the radar and also violating your terms of your contract. They usually dont notice/care in the non-evdo phones but dont expect the free ride to continue with an evdo handset because they can not track all modem data with the DNI.
I don't know anything about using the Verizon broadband network for free...but its worth a try now that i know...