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Is there any way to get internet on my Windows Mobile via bluetooth, instead of it going through GPRS.
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Hi, I was wondering, is it possible to surf the internet on Windows mobile 5.0 Via Bluetooth, instead of via normal Vodafone. If so, can someone please tell me how, as I am new to Windows Mobile.
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