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Cellphone as modem??

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Josh Grameson, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     



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  2. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  3. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  4. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  5. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  6. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  7. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  8. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  9. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  10. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  11. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  12. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  13. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  14. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  15. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  16. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  17. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  18. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  19. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     
  20. Tom McCune

    Tom McCune Guest

    Something I can't resist commenting on. I know when I got my phone over a
    year ago, I was told that it (the America's Choice plan) included the
    Internet access on Minutes of Use basis - it seemed too good to believe,
    but my tests worked fine then and again recently. However, I went with my
    daughter yesterday when she renewed her contract, and went up from the $35
    plan I still have, to the current $39 plan. I asked the salesman about her
    having Internet access and he said no. When I told him they told me that I
    did, and that perhaps it was because I have a commercial account, he said
    no. So, I guess the debate about the access goes on!

    --
    Tom McCune
    My PGP Page & FAQ: http://www.McCune.cc/PGP.htm
     

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