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#11778 11-Feb-2007 15:39
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Hi

I am thinking of buying a Treo 750..

Does it cost the earth to Download data over the telecom network. It is my hope to browse to my own server to get work data. Most likely it will be a small text file with meaning to me..

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  #60427 11-Feb-2007 15:50
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The prices depend on what mobile data plan you are on.

The casual rates are $8 per MB but the bigger the plan - the cheaper the cost per mb.  If you're transferring a large amount of data it would be recommended to use a data plan rather than the casual plan (costs can get high quickly).




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  #60434 11-Feb-2007 16:52
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Possum:
I am thinking of buying a Treo 750..

Cheers Possum





Do you Mean the Treo 750(v) or the Treo 700wx? The 750v is on Vodafone while the 700wx is on Telecom.

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  #60443 11-Feb-2007 18:00
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wow.. well noticed

its the Treo 700wx Is there a difference?

What service would you recomend

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  #60447 11-Feb-2007 18:38
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Possum: wow.. well noticed

its the Treo 700wx Is there a difference?

What service would you recomend

Cheers Possum


No real difference with the phones, just one is a Vodafone (GSM/WCDMA) device and the other Telecom (CDMA).

There are a number plans that Telecom offer.

1) Flexi - $10month/$1perMB
2) Mobile Broadband20* $22.22/month 20 included MB per billing cycle $1perMB there after
3) Mobile Broadband50 $35/month 50 included MB per billing cycle $0.95perMB there after
4) Mobile Broadband 200 Plus $39.95/month 200 included MB per billing cycle $0.50perMB there after (double your data cap for $10)
5) Mobile Broadband 1GB Plus $59.95/month 1024 included MB per billing cycle $0.50perMB there after (double your data cap for $10)

*Smartphones only. All Prices exclude GST.

All depends on how much data you plan to use, althrough it is worth noting that you will get 1months free MB20 when you upgrade or connect with a Treo 700wx.

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#63016 6-Mar-2007 20:58
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hi there, have you bought the phone? if you have make sure you add a data plan to it.plans start from $10 and up..if you do not have
a plan the cost is around $8/MB and if you have a plan it work with what plan you have...hope this helps...

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