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Topic # 3651 14-Mar-2005 10:01
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Is anyone familiar with BT yahoo? I found this as an internet provider and I need to make sure it will be ok for my hp iPAQ pocket pc h5555. Do you know how good BT yahoo is?
This is the web site http://www.filesaveas.com/pocketpcconnect_bt.html

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Reply # 13564 14-Mar-2005 10:03
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Mind you, BT Yahoo! is a British ISP (BT as in British Telecom). You won't be able to use it while in the US.






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  Reply # 13565 14-Mar-2005 10:11
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Thank you, I sure wish I was more knowledgable in these matters.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 13566 14-Mar-2005 10:12
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I have been looking all day for a provider. Can you recommend one for me?

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Reply # 13567 14-Mar-2005 10:23
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If you're using a mobile phone connection (as I see from your other post), then the best option would be using GPRS - it's faster (at least 42Kbps agains 9.6Kbps), and it's provided by your operator.






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  Reply # 13568 14-Mar-2005 10:38
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I thought the server provided by my cell phone operater was very limited and that I would be better off with a provider other than cingular. I thought also it might cost less and I could get unlimited service at a cheaper price.

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  Reply # 13569 14-Mar-2005 10:47
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The GPRS access provided by a mobile operator is no different from a dial-up account, and it'll be faster. In the US you'll find that there are flat fee options available from mobile operators - while dialing up to an ISP will cost you per minute.




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