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Topic # 22786 8-Jun-2008 09:29
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Hi,

I just started using a Sony Ericsson on supa prepay and under the messaging menu there is an e-mail option. I've looked on the vodafone site and found the page to sign up for a "free" e-mail account, but I can't find out what the cost for sending and receiving e-mail using the phone is, can someone point me to this please?

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Reply # 136366 8-Jun-2008 09:45
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I believe that its the casual data rates, ie $10 a mb.




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  Reply # 136371 8-Jun-2008 10:24

If you use the mail client on the phone it will cost you standard data charges, which for prepay is the casual rate cokemaster said

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