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Jan 16, 2006, 8:53 PM
I have been with T-Mobile forever with my sidekick 2. Now I want a PDA that is faster when it comes to surfing the net. My question is: should i go with the Treo 650 or the new Sprint Pocket PC 6700? Which is better and is Spints internet as fast as Verizons? Verizon is expensive for me 45.00 a month to surf the net so Im looking into Sprint. Anything will be faster than T Mobile, right? Thanks....

Jan 31, 2006, 11:42 PM
i use vision with sprint and it runs at 57k but ive heard a rumor that they are going to up the speed. also look on ebay for the g1000, i got a new one for 157 bucks, retail price on sprint is 650 bucks lol. The phone works perfect and i love it. You can also get a sd wi-fi card for it to connect to wireless networks for even faster speeds. Smile

Mar 22, 2006, 4:11 PM
Hey, I would like to suggest the HTC (Cingular) 8125. I got that phone about a week ago, prior to that, I had only had experience on the store demo at my work. Well, it uses EDGE technology, which has peak speeds of up to 130-135 kbps. How's that for fast access? The web connection is so fast, you'd think you have dsl on your cellphone. Be aware though, you NEED a PDA plan for this phone, in order for it to work properly. You're looking at about $40.00 more per month, on top of your voice plan. But I'll tell you... it's worth it. Plus it also has built-in WiFi, so if you want to save some money, you can piggy-back off your wireless network at home, office, or other people's network. Twisted Evil LOL Besides, if you don't like it, you got 30 d...

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