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Cellphone as modem??

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

  1. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     



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  2. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  3. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  4. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  5. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  6. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  7. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  8. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  9. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  10. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  11. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  12. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  13. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  14. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  15. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  16. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "David S" <dwstreeter@spamisnaughty.att.net> wrote in message
    news:1tv5d0lb6ui44j6dhcqst04k51fjk58lip@4ax.com
    > On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:23:46 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    > <Marcs1102NOSPAM@Hotmail.com> chose to add this to the great equation
    > of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >> , the high-speed National Access MOU is packetized data
    >> and works very well even in low signal areas.

    >
    > Signal level does seem to have some effect on data throughput, in my
    > experience.
    >
    >> PS, for those lurking, it was added free on any *new* (not renewed or
    >> extended) contracts between July 15th 2003, and Dec 31st 2003.

    >
    > To be technical, it was added to my contract last November when I
    > renewed. However, I was previously on an old Single Rate plan, not
    > AC, and was month-to-month.


    To be technical to your being technical, if you went from an old expired SR
    contract, to a new AC contract, then you fit in the new contract pigeonhole,
    since the old one wasn't renewed nor extended (Those require keeping the
    same plan), if you change plans (like SR to AC), that's a new contract (call
    CS and ask when your contract start date was :).

    PS, did you get a new phone? I didn't and found out a year later the
    salesperson had stolen it.
     
  17. David S

    David S Guest

    On Fri, 18 Jun 2004 23:00:02 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    <Marcs1102GSSPAMMENOT@NOSPAMHotmail.com> chose to add this to the great
    equation of life, the universe, and everything:

    >PS, did you get a new phone?


    Yes, the plan switch was as much about getting a new phone as needing more
    minutes.

    > I didn't and found out a year later the
    >salesperson had stolen it.


    Oops. How'd that end up?

    --
    David Streeter, "an internet god" -- Dave Barry
    http://home.att.net/~dwstreeter
    Remove the naughty bit from my address to reply
    Expect a train on ANY track at ANY time.
    "Please, Captain, not in front of the Klingons." - Spock
     
  18. David S

    David S Guest

    On Fri, 18 Jun 2004 23:00:02 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    <Marcs1102GSSPAMMENOT@NOSPAMHotmail.com> chose to add this to the great
    equation of life, the universe, and everything:

    >PS, did you get a new phone?


    Yes, the plan switch was as much about getting a new phone as needing more
    minutes.

    > I didn't and found out a year later the
    >salesperson had stolen it.


    Oops. How'd that end up?

    --
    David Streeter, "an internet god" -- Dave Barry
    http://home.att.net/~dwstreeter
    Remove the naughty bit from my address to reply
    Expect a train on ANY track at ANY time.
    "Please, Captain, not in front of the Klingons." - Spock
     
  19. David S

    David S Guest

    On Fri, 18 Jun 2004 23:00:02 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    <Marcs1102GSSPAMMENOT@NOSPAMHotmail.com> chose to add this to the great
    equation of life, the universe, and everything:

    >PS, did you get a new phone?


    Yes, the plan switch was as much about getting a new phone as needing more
    minutes.

    > I didn't and found out a year later the
    >salesperson had stolen it.


    Oops. How'd that end up?

    --
    David Streeter, "an internet god" -- Dave Barry
    http://home.att.net/~dwstreeter
    Remove the naughty bit from my address to reply
    Expect a train on ANY track at ANY time.
    "Please, Captain, not in front of the Klingons." - Spock
     
  20. David S

    David S Guest

    On Fri, 18 Jun 2004 23:00:02 -0700, "Peter Pan"
    <Marcs1102GSSPAMMENOT@NOSPAMHotmail.com> chose to add this to the great
    equation of life, the universe, and everything:

    >PS, did you get a new phone?


    Yes, the plan switch was as much about getting a new phone as needing more
    minutes.

    > I didn't and found out a year later the
    >salesperson had stolen it.


    Oops. How'd that end up?

    --
    David Streeter, "an internet god" -- Dave Barry
    http://home.att.net/~dwstreeter
    Remove the naughty bit from my address to reply
    Expect a train on ANY track at ANY time.
    "Please, Captain, not in front of the Klingons." - Spock
     

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