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Topic # 9841 17-Oct-2006 23:03
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I have a T-Mobile MDA Vario,with an unlocked sim. I use it with the T-Mobile Web N Walk plan, one monthly payment (Euro 29,95) and I can check my email and surf the internet unlimited (fair use policy, but who is going to download Google earth on a 729 kb/s connection) and make some phonecalls too.
I was surfing the internet the other day and read on the Vodafone NZ website that Vodafone offers a simular plan, Vodafone Live.
I read that when one is using Vodafone Live, one can have unlimited access to email and Internet for one monthly payment (no separate GPRS costs).
Does anyone know whether I can use my MDA Vario (I Mate K-Jam) with Vodafone Live?

Thanks,

Anita

PS I do live in The Netherlands now, but that will change in two months, we're moving to NZ

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  Reply # 48986 18-Oct-2006 18:55
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Thanks for the answer, that is a shame....

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