HP h6315 / h6310 / h6320 / h6325
FYI: With $79.95 plan from Tmobile, H6315 get 10k Freq. Flyer mile rebate
I bought mine from a TMobile store. The sales guy was nice enough later in the day to call me and tell me about this rebate AFTER I had already purchased the phone.
There are some 'date of purchase' restrictions, of course. I also noticed in the rebate fine print that the unit can not be returned for a refund once the rebate has processed. (I guess that makes sense.)
As usual, you will want to carefully read the 'fine print' of the rebate.
Just thought some of you could use this information.
has WI-FI bluetooth, can I use my bluetooth headset too?
Please Help, Torn apart
so which do u suggest?? the hp with gps, or the dell with a new sidekick for the internet usage?
6315 on sale at comp usa!!
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Ipaq h6315 calling plans
The rate plans for the new Ipaq device will start at 79.99, which includes 1000 Anytime Minutes, Unlimited Email, Text/Instant Messaging, Internet Access, and Hot Spots!
99.99 Gives you 1500 Anytime Minutes, and the other services Unlimited included.
Hope this helps!
I am disappointed with the plans
What was T-Mobile thinking? 1500 minutes is the best they have in terms of voice plans? Yeah, I get the unlimited Internet and unlimited HotSpot, which is very cool. But the people that are going to shell out $500+ for this device are SERIOUS users--users who are I would believe are certainly past 1500 minutes per month.
I am hoping that when I talk to another T-Mobile rep tomorrow, I'll get a better answer like "Yes, you can do the normal a la carte" plans (like the Get More Max) on this device as well. If these two plans are all they will honor on this device, they've just missed the mark.
Now I am sure that the 1000 minute and 1500 minute plans will fit some people--maybe even a lot of them. But I have to imagine that they'd sel...
Under contract to Cingular
Has anyone heard about this being made to work with Cingular? Is the phone going to be "locked" to T-Mobile?
Buying from TMobile... How do I find GSM unlock code?
I am on the 'short list' to take delivery of my new H6315 from TMobile. (Scheduled release 26 Aug.)
The sales person tells me they will unlock the phone for me 'after 3 months of continuous service.' I am going abroad before then and want to buy a pre-paid sim card at my travel location.
Does anyone know the unlock code, or an 'unlock service' where I can buy the unlock code?
which JVM ?
which JVM should I install on the h6310?
I wonder if this is going to affect the ability to install and run other apps on the unit. The inability to run other applications (other than what comes with/on the unit) may be the ONLY reason I don't get this unit.
I've been a LONG-TIME supporter of the iPAQ series, and I've been drooling over the 5555 for the longest time now. Just recently I got a Sierra Wireless AirCard 750 on T-mobile for my iPAQ 3870 and it works flawlessly (both in data and voice modes). I would have switched to that device by now, except the battery in my unit wouldn't last a day being on all the time like my cell phone nee...
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Windows Mobile for Pocket PCs SE
HP has already announced that they will not be providing and upgrade to Pocket PC 2003 SE for any of their devices on the market now. This is a slow processor (my Dell Axim X3 has a 300mhz and the new Dell X30 has a 643Mhz with the SE version, Bluetooth & Wi-Fi). On the surface it looks to be a better combo than the others but this one is based on "old" technology that is not upgradeable.
I would rather have the DellX30 with Bluetooth and a Bluetooth phone, that way if one item goes down, the other is still useful.
This is such a step in the right direction!!! If they made a clamshell design that fit nicely in my pants pocket, I would love a phone like this!!!! I love the full PDA capabilities along with an excellent set of phone capabilities. Hopefully they are working on a version of this phone for Verizon and Sprint.
Love the fact they made a model with and without a camera!
Took them long enough