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access internet by the min

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by rongoogle@hotmail.com, Oct 7, 2004.

  1. Ok i need some HELP please!
    I am in seattle and have been using a data cable to dial into my isp to
    connect at 19200. I have read how others have been able to use there
    mins to connect faster thru verizon. I called and went round and round
    with them and was told i had to buy the office kit and then i could use
    my mins to connect at 14.4? That i could not use either of the two
    higher speed networks using my mins!
    I could buy unlimited or metered service, Odd my friends on other
    services cingular/tmoblie have much better options. Is there any way to
    do what i want to do? I cant use the #777 that i have read about here?
    Please help me. Thanks Ron
     



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  2. Sentinel

    Sentinel Guest

    Go to howardforums.com and do a search in the Verizon forum. It has a
    tutorial that explains how ot do it in detail.

    On 7 Oct 2004 12:39:03 -0700, rongoogle@hotmail.com wrote:

    >Ok i need some HELP please!
    >I am in seattle and have been using a data cable to dial into my isp to
    >connect at 19200. I have read how others have been able to use there
    >mins to connect faster thru verizon. I called and went round and round
    >with them and was told i had to buy the office kit and then i could use
    >my mins to connect at 14.4? That i could not use either of the two
    >higher speed networks using my mins!
    >I could buy unlimited or metered service, Odd my friends on other
    >services cingular/tmoblie have much better options. Is there any way to
    >do what i want to do? I cant use the #777 that i have read about here?
    >Please help me. Thanks Ron
     
  3. Sentinel

    Sentinel Guest

    Go to howardforums.com and do a search in the Verizon forum. It has a
    tutorial that explains how ot do it in detail.

    On 7 Oct 2004 12:39:03 -0700, rongoogle@hotmail.com wrote:

    >Ok i need some HELP please!
    >I am in seattle and have been using a data cable to dial into my isp to
    >connect at 19200. I have read how others have been able to use there
    >mins to connect faster thru verizon. I called and went round and round
    >with them and was told i had to buy the office kit and then i could use
    >my mins to connect at 14.4? That i could not use either of the two
    >higher speed networks using my mins!
    >I could buy unlimited or metered service, Odd my friends on other
    >services cingular/tmoblie have much better options. Is there any way to
    >do what i want to do? I cant use the #777 that i have read about here?
    >Please help me. Thanks Ron
     
  4. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    <rongoogle@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1097177943.795629.291910@c13g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
    > Ok i need some HELP please!
    > I am in seattle and have been using a data cable to dial into my isp to
    > connect at 19200. I have read how others have been able to use there
    > mins to connect faster thru verizon. I called and went round and round
    > with them and was told i had to buy the office kit and then i could use
    > my mins to connect at 14.4? That i could not use either of the two
    > higher speed networks using my mins!
    > I could buy unlimited or metered service, Odd my friends on other
    > services cingular/tmoblie have much better options. Is there any way to
    > do what i want to do? I cant use the #777 that i have read about here?
    > Please help me. Thanks Ron
    >


    Of course, there are millions of people that do exactly that, and use it all
    the time. One thing, NEVER EVER EVER talk to a verizon person cuz they will
    lie to you and try and make a commission by trying to sell you plans you
    don't need. It is an OPTION on your current plan, ****NOT**** a plan of it's
    own that you commit to and the salespeople make money!!!!!!!!!!

    Your statement above shows exactly that!!! (I could buy unlimited or metered
    service) <---- THOSE ARE PLANS that the salespeople make a commission on!!

    The OPTION (process etc) on your CURRENT plan, is sometimes called NA-MOU
    (National Access Minutes of Use, not the official name, but the effect and
    what some people call it). There is no extra cost, it just uses plan
    minutes, and many of us use it during free times (evenings and weekends) to
    get about 70-90K connects.

    Have you looked at your bill? It may actually already be on there! Look for
    the section (something like - Actual heading is Market dependent) Active
    Services, and see if it shows National Access



    There are dozens of places that describe how to do it, use google
    (www.google.com) and search this Newsgroup for "NA-MOU". You will finds
    dozens and dozens of messages in this NG that talk about it.
     
  5. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    <rongoogle@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1097177943.795629.291910@c13g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
    > Ok i need some HELP please!
    > I am in seattle and have been using a data cable to dial into my isp to
    > connect at 19200. I have read how others have been able to use there
    > mins to connect faster thru verizon. I called and went round and round
    > with them and was told i had to buy the office kit and then i could use
    > my mins to connect at 14.4? That i could not use either of the two
    > higher speed networks using my mins!
    > I could buy unlimited or metered service, Odd my friends on other
    > services cingular/tmoblie have much better options. Is there any way to
    > do what i want to do? I cant use the #777 that i have read about here?
    > Please help me. Thanks Ron
    >


    Of course, there are millions of people that do exactly that, and use it all
    the time. One thing, NEVER EVER EVER talk to a verizon person cuz they will
    lie to you and try and make a commission by trying to sell you plans you
    don't need. It is an OPTION on your current plan, ****NOT**** a plan of it's
    own that you commit to and the salespeople make money!!!!!!!!!!

    Your statement above shows exactly that!!! (I could buy unlimited or metered
    service) <---- THOSE ARE PLANS that the salespeople make a commission on!!

    The OPTION (process etc) on your CURRENT plan, is sometimes called NA-MOU
    (National Access Minutes of Use, not the official name, but the effect and
    what some people call it). There is no extra cost, it just uses plan
    minutes, and many of us use it during free times (evenings and weekends) to
    get about 70-90K connects.

    Have you looked at your bill? It may actually already be on there! Look for
    the section (something like - Actual heading is Market dependent) Active
    Services, and see if it shows National Access



    There are dozens of places that describe how to do it, use google
    (www.google.com) and search this Newsgroup for "NA-MOU". You will finds
    dozens and dozens of messages in this NG that talk about it.
     

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