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Current T-Mobile Pocket PC - Considering upgrade to iPAQ h6315


Aug 26, 2004, 3:49 PM
Crying or Very sad
I'll pay if it will work (HP iPaq h6315);

I currently own the T-Mobile Pocket PC. I did not hesitate to pay the premium $600 for it nearly 2 years ago. I was switching from my Blackberry (Blackberry's phone version came out several months after I made the switch) with Cingular internet access and Nextel for my phone plan to the All-in-One T-Mobile Pocket PC. I spent countless hours on the phone with T-Mobile support and thought the technicians were working with me in every way they could. After several phone swaps and unsuccessful attempts to access my companies proxy server, and multiple know main spots around town where calls would drop and reception was always week, including around the airport, I finally decided to give up and...

Aug 26, 2004, 8:36 PM
i should be getting the phone in the mail tomorrow... I too signed up on the list and was notified via emai on the 24th... called them, they had absolutely NO clue.

i would be willing to check out the cams for ya, i myself was planning on doing a simaler project with linksys wifi cams. with the wifi on the phone i would be able to connect directly to them through my router... ooo

B0z0@b0z0.net if you want to send the info go for it!

Aug 30, 2004, 4:37 PM
Smile I'm real happy right now with my 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 Cool .

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....

Aug 30, 2004, 11:53 PM
Does anyone know if the HP 6315 is going to be offered on other than T-Mobile? I am with Verizon and happy with the service. I rely heavily on my phone in business. I have the i600 Smart Phone but want to switch to the HP 6315, but keep the service with Verizon. I hate to lay out the cash, go to T-Mobile, and then find the phone is available via Verizon!
Help, please!

Sep 15, 2004, 9:08 PM
I do not want to hijack the thread, but I doubt Verizon will carry this phone anytime soon! Sad They JUST picked up the Treo600, and it has been on the streets for a long time (by cell phone standards). Smile I'll gladly swap stories with you concerning the Treo (this is the hijack....sorry everyone, I am just trying to help). I went from the Samsung I300, to the I330, to the I600...and now the Treo. Apples and oranges when comparing the Treo and the HP. A friend at work switched to TMO for the HP.....I stuck with VZW. We compare them everyday....many times a day. If there was a way to combine the best things of each one.....we'd make millions! Smile

Sep 15, 2004, 10:35 PM
Well, I am a little concerned that I might diminish the great coverage I have vith VZW by switching to TMO to get the 6315. Are you REALL REALLY pleased with the Treo 600? The more I investigate it the better I like it, even though it is PALM based (which is like "Windows 3.1"). I held the IPAQ 6315 and feel that it is too bulky. The Treo is way more streamlined. If ya really want to complicate the situation, VZW is CDMA, which is old technology, vs Deutch Telecomm (or whateve TMO really is) has the newer technology used all over the real world. Waddaya think?

Sep 16, 2004, 5:26 AM
I think, to be fair to those here, we should take this to e-mail. Smile Unless....there is interest in a fair, unbiased (and adult-like) comparison here.

Yes, I am very pleased with the Treo. Is the HP more feature-packed? I believe so. I absolutely love it!!! The sticking point for my friend, and for me, is the carrier. Don't get me wrong!!! TMO is a GREAT GSM carrier, but we are an active duty Navy family, wife lives (stationed) in Key West, son and I live in VA....you get the point. We need a carrier that works almost everywhere....and we can take advantage of the unlimited mobile-to-mobile.

I have added a few things to the Treo that I wouldn't have needed to add to the HP. I only connect to the internet occasionally, so that ...

Feb 19, 2006, 2:46 PM
if you want a hot phone w/ all the gagets and a camcorder look @ qtek 9100

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