Sprint's Mass Market Phones Now Linked to Corporate Email
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Jun 19, 2008, 1:27 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint is offering non-PDA and non-smartphone owners the ability to receive their Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes email on their mass market handsets. The service, called Sprint Mobile Email Work, is available for free to those who subscribe to unlimited data plans. If you don't have an unlimited data plan, it will cost $10 per month. The service will work with a number of devices from Samsung, Motorola, LG and Sanyo.
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Most everybody else has Yahoo email or whatever else.
Don't the have more important things to be worried about?
More clarification on when it is free?
I am using the $15 Access (Power Vision) data plan, so I'm thinking it will cost the $10 extra if I for some reason wanted to use this... I point this out though because technically any data plan for just your Sprint phone is unlimited.