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Hmac22

Sep 20, 2005, 6:48 PM
Does anyone know if they will make a plan for this phone...Tmobile has the sidekick unlimited, does anyone think or know if they would make a special plan for this?
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Humdizzle

Sep 20, 2005, 7:58 PM
Nothing planned, but I know it will have wireless sync option for $19.99 /month, and you could get the EV-DO unlimited mobile web for an additional $15/month.
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majorxero

Sep 20, 2005, 8:18 PM
Correction: (copy/paste from another thread in this forum)

$10/mo for the Get It Now version of Wireless Sync. With VCAST, it'll be unlimited data usage so no extra charges for the data transfer, without VCAST, it'll cost Minutes of Usage (MOU) for the data transfer. Unless you have a buttload of email, with the speed of BroadbandAccess (Ev-DO), it shouldn't be too much of a wear on the minutes.
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Hmac22

Sep 20, 2005, 10:48 PM
I dont care bout email, and wireless sync, i care bout mostly txt messeging, i want them to come out with an unlimited txt messaging plan like every other service lol
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majorxero

Sep 20, 2005, 11:24 PM
Aside from Wireless Sync, there are no special plans that will be released for this handset. Aside from VZW's existing Unlimited In-Messaging feature, it'll be what's current. Sorry, bud.
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Humdizzle

Sep 21, 2005, 9:38 AM
Not true, just got training on it. They will be sperate charges, and it will be $20 and $15, not sure where you're getting your info from?
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majorxero

Sep 21, 2005, 11:43 AM
Then something was changed since the last docs I read (which was on Monday, and they were the sales rep training docs. Either that or I must have misread). But like I always say, nothing is set in stone until the phone is released.
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biggamike

Sep 22, 2005, 7:43 PM
No, Humdizzle is correct. For some stupid reason, Verizon has decided to charge $19.99 for wireless sync and $15 for V-cast. If you use the email functionality you'll have to get both or be charged per kb. Lame
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DDGKnight98

Sep 21, 2005, 12:04 PM
I got the same prices from my training, but I got corrected by some people too. My training said 19.99 for the get it now wireless sync and $15 for vcast. Keep in mind guys that verizon is a national company that does regional pricing. I'm from their Northeast region so it might be $20 here but maybe they want to make it only $10 for the midwest or west coast for example to boost the number of people signing up from those regions to compete with competitors. As an example where I live t-mobile has little to no service so no one that I know bothers with a sidekick which means its an open market for a device like the 9800 and verizon can charge what they feel like. So everyone should take the info given here with a grain of salt cause Verizon ...
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runyon

Sep 23, 2005, 12:01 AM
DDGKnight98 - Question - You say if you have AOL etc, you don't need wireless sync, but one problem with using mobil web 2.0 to access AOL is that you must log in everytime AND the browser does not keep your password.

Is there away with this GET IT NOW wirless sync to have AOL send your mail directly to your phone from their server?
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