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Topic # 7713 4-May-2006 18:11
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Hey all.
I seriously considered buying one of these because they are really cool. I was thinking of getting the harrier or treo.
Only problem is you can only get PDAs on a plan on the telecom network. I was extremely disappointed by it


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Reply # 34868 4-May-2006 18:21
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If you are thinking of a connected CDMA PDA, then you should go for the Apache, which is smaller, newer OS and faster than the Harrier.





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  Reply # 34873 4-May-2006 18:38
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You can get PDA's on prepaid but you won't get data. You just buy the unit at full price. You can do one-bill on your home account with a $0 upfront monthly fee, and then pop on a data plan ($49 1GB promo reccommended)

You can use PDA data on Vodafone PrePay but it will cost you ($10 a megabyte on the slow GPRS network,,, owch.) unless you go for the $2000 JasJar which is Voda 3G

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 34875 4-May-2006 18:43
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Go Onebill counts as a plan, and its $0 monthly and same rates as prepaid...

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  Reply # 35015 5-May-2006 17:10
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freitasm: If you are thinking of a connected CDMA PDA, then you should go for the Apache, which is smaller, newer OS and faster than the Harrier.



I would but i don't quite have that kind of money. very tempting though.

I also got told that you have to be 18 to go on a plan.

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  Reply # 35026 5-May-2006 18:30
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mouseydemon: I also got told that you have to be 18 to go on a plan.

That is not so much a Telecom rule, as a law enabling only those persons 18+ to enter into that type of legal contract.




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