HP h6315 / h6310 / h6320 / h6325
Replying to: Current T-Mobile Pocket PC - Considering upgrade to iPAQ h6315 by TFox
Re: Current T-Mobile Pocket PC - Considering upgrade to iPAQ h6315
I have the $20/month internet plan and the speed is about the same as dialup, maybe a tad bit slower.
I installed flash player on it and it renders most flash enabled websites.
My business depends highly on me having web access and it has been great. I can be logged on to MSN, AOL, Yahoo messengers all at once without a problem.
When I hook it up to my WiFi broadband it's real nice. I can walk around the house with what I call a "WiFi Walkman" streaming music or whatever with my headphones on .
I did have a problem getting online at first. I had to login to connection settings and find and enter an "access point setting" set to internet2.voicestream.com. I originally had wap.voicestream.com by default, but after calling T-Mobile and speaking to their new dedicated PDA Phone team, I was able to get online. Maybe this is the problem you had originally with your Phone.
Try calling T-mobile and ask them to transfer you to the new PDA team. These guys actually know what all the new features and phones mean.
If anyone needs me to access any websites out there to see if it works let me know.
- Re: Current T-Mobile Pocket PC - Considering upgrade to iPAQ h6315 by sandiegodave
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