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Kyocera 7135 data plans

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Ron Dawes, Jun 11, 2004.

  1. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:r2onc01ed6tnge6ji96pgtrl2nd3guo5vg@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > I currently have the NationalAccess 400 plan, it costs me
    > $55/month. ; > What I want is an America's Choice 400 plan with a
    > data add-on, and ; > pay no more than what I'm paying now. AC400 is
    > $40/month, and the NA ; > add-on plans range from an additional $30
    > for 5MB of data to $80. ;
    > ; Sigh... once again, it is an ****OPTION**** added to your current
    > voice ; plan, it is ***NOT*** a plan!!!!
    >
    > Yes it is a plan.
    >

    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/...viewPlanDetail&sortOption=priceSort&catId=328

    Read the second sentence. Yes there is a plan, but it is **NOT** what he
    wants. see where he says "what I want"? here, let me paste it for you....
    What I want is an America's Choice 400 plan with a data add-on, and pay no
    more than what I'm paying now.

    An AC 400 voice plan with the NationalAccess ***OPTION*** fits the bill
    exactly, and is about $39.99 a month. Thats 400 minutes voice and/or data.
    1x in native Verizon areas (same as the NationalAccess map, and qwk2net
    outside of that where Americas choice map shows as available).

    Like I said earlier, this ***option*** is ***NOT*** on the
    website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Quit pasting what *plans* are on the website, that is not what is being
    talked about! we are talking about *OPTIONS*!
     



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  2. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:r2onc01ed6tnge6ji96pgtrl2nd3guo5vg@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > I currently have the NationalAccess 400 plan, it costs me
    > $55/month. ; > What I want is an America's Choice 400 plan with a
    > data add-on, and ; > pay no more than what I'm paying now. AC400 is
    > $40/month, and the NA ; > add-on plans range from an additional $30
    > for 5MB of data to $80. ;
    > ; Sigh... once again, it is an ****OPTION**** added to your current
    > voice ; plan, it is ***NOT*** a plan!!!!
    >
    > Yes it is a plan.
    >

    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/...viewPlanDetail&sortOption=priceSort&catId=328

    Read the second sentence. Yes there is a plan, but it is **NOT** what he
    wants. see where he says "what I want"? here, let me paste it for you....
    What I want is an America's Choice 400 plan with a data add-on, and pay no
    more than what I'm paying now.

    An AC 400 voice plan with the NationalAccess ***OPTION*** fits the bill
    exactly, and is about $39.99 a month. Thats 400 minutes voice and/or data.
    1x in native Verizon areas (same as the NationalAccess map, and qwk2net
    outside of that where Americas choice map shows as available).

    Like I said earlier, this ***option*** is ***NOT*** on the
    website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Quit pasting what *plans* are on the website, that is not what is being
    talked about! we are talking about *OPTIONS*!
     
  3. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    > "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    > news:r2onc01ed6tnge6ji96pgtrl2nd3guo5vg@news20.forteinc.com
    >> Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >>
    >> ; > I currently have the NationalAccess 400 plan, it costs me
    >> $55/month. ; > What I want is an America's Choice 400 plan with a
    >> data add-on, and ; > pay no more than what I'm paying now. AC400 is
    >> $40/month, and the NA ; > add-on plans range from an additional $30
    >> for 5MB of data to $80. ;
    >> ; Sigh... once again, it is an ****OPTION**** added to your current
    >> voice ; plan, it is ***NOT*** a plan!!!!
    >>
    >> Yes it is a plan.
    >>

    >

    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/...viewPlanDetail&sortOption=priceSort&catId=328
    >
    > Read the second sentence. Yes there is a plan, but it is **NOT** what
    > he wants. see where he says "what I want"? here, let me paste it for
    > you.... What I want is an America's Choice 400 plan with a data
    > add-on, and pay no more than what I'm paying now.
    >
    > An AC 400 voice plan with the NationalAccess ***OPTION*** fits the
    > bill exactly, and is about $39.99 a month. Thats 400 minutes voice
    > and/or data. 1x in native Verizon areas (same as the NationalAccess
    > map, and qwk2net outside of that where Americas choice map shows as
    > available).
    >
    > Like I said earlier, this ***option*** is ***NOT*** on the
    > website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    > Quit pasting what *plans* are on the website, that is not what is
    > being talked about! we are talking about *OPTIONS*!


    Ok, so Peter Pan's delivery is not so good and he insists on
    cluttering it up with his rants on sales reps motivations and
    commissions but he is correct.

    The option is now called National Access. It used to be
    called "EN" (Enhanced Network?).

    The confusion comes from VZW poorly naming data plans
    the same as the data option. I'm sure this confuses VZW
    CSRs and sales people as well.

    An additional confusion is the use (on this group) of "MOU".
    As far as I know this is simply an acronym and not an officially
    used (appears on any bill?) VZW abbreviation.

    SO. The option you want to appear on your *Americas Choice*
    bill down there with Call Waiting, etc. is "National Access".

    I think if Jeffery is still confused we should just drop it.

    Sometimes you just can't save everybody.

    -Quick
     
  4. In <1087236503.848527@sj-nntpcache-3>, on 06/14/04
    at 11:05 AM, "Quick" <dhorwitz@NOSPAMcisco.com> said:

    >Peter Pan wrote:
    >> "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    >> news:r2onc01ed6tnge6ji96pgtrl2nd3guo5vg@news20.forteinc.com
    >>> Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >>>
    >>> ; > I currently have the NationalAccess 400 plan, it costs me
    >>> $55/month. ; > What I want is an America's Choice 400 plan with a
    >>> data add-on, and ; > pay no more than what I'm paying now. AC400 is
    >>> $40/month, and the NA ; > add-on plans range from an additional $30
    >>> for 5MB of data to $80. ;
    >>> ; Sigh... once again, it is an ****OPTION**** added to your current
    >>> voice ; plan, it is ***NOT*** a plan!!!!
    >>>
    >>> Yes it is a plan.
    >>>

    >>

    >http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/...viewPlanDetail&sortOption=priceSort&catId=328
    >>
    >> Read the second sentence. Yes there is a plan, but it is **NOT** what
    >> he wants. see where he says "what I want"? here, let me paste it for
    >> you.... What I want is an America's Choice 400 plan with a data
    >> add-on, and pay no more than what I'm paying now.
    >>
    >> An AC 400 voice plan with the NationalAccess ***OPTION*** fits the
    >> bill exactly, and is about $39.99 a month. Thats 400 minutes voice
    >> and/or data. 1x in native Verizon areas (same as the NationalAccess
    >> map, and qwk2net outside of that where Americas choice map shows as
    >> available).
    >>
    >> Like I said earlier, this ***option*** is ***NOT*** on the
    >> website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    >> Quit pasting what *plans* are on the website, that is not what is
    >> being talked about! we are talking about *OPTIONS*!


    >Ok, so Peter Pan's delivery is not so good and he insists on cluttering
    >it up with his rants on sales reps motivations and commissions but he is
    >correct.


    >The option is now called National Access. It used to be
    >called "EN" (Enhanced Network?).


    >The confusion comes from VZW poorly naming data plans
    >the same as the data option. I'm sure this confuses VZW
    >CSRs and sales people as well.


    >An additional confusion is the use (on this group) of "MOU". As far as I
    >know this is simply an acronym and not an officially used (appears on any
    >bill?) VZW abbreviation.


    >SO. The option you want to appear on your *Americas Choice*
    >bill down there with Call Waiting, etc. is "National Access".


    >I think if Jeffery is still confused we should just drop it.


    >Sometimes you just can't save everybody.


    >-Quick


    On my bill, it's listed as "NationalAccess Minutes of Use".

    The "Minutes of Use" (Unofficially abreviated MOU on this group)
    differentates between the "National Access" plan and the "NationalAccess
    Minutes of Use " option.
    The way I understand it, you pay for the "NationalAccess" plan, but it
    doesn't use your minutes. The "NationalAccess Minutes of Use " option
    gives you data, but uses your minutes. If you call during Nites and
    Weekends, your minutes are free, hence free internet during those periods.


    As it has been noted, some CSR's are more up on it than others. In my
    case, I was told it was added automatically to my plan when I increased my
    AC from 300 to 400 minutes and added the "Natl Free In Network Calling".

    Note: all terms in quotes are taken from my bill or VZW's web site.

    Pat
     
  5. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Quick" <dhorwitz@NOSPAMcisco.com> wrote in message
    news:1087236503.848527@sj-nntpcache-3

    >
    > The option is now called National Access. It used to be
    > called "EN" (Enhanced Network?).
    >
    > -Quick


    It used to be called Express Network (That's where the EN ame from), now it
    is NationalAccess (NA), or for short, some people just call it 1X (since it
    shows 1X on some phones), and is short for 1XRTT.
     
  6. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <40ce0e9d$1$cqbaaryy$mr2ice@news.verizon.net>,
    <NOSPAMpdonnell@northnet.org> wrote:
    >In <1087236503.848527@sj-nntpcache-3>, on 06/14/04
    > at 11:05 AM, "Quick" <dhorwitz@NOSPAMcisco.com> said:
    >On my bill, it's listed as "NationalAccess Minutes of Use".
    >
    >The "Minutes of Use" (Unofficially abreviated MOU on this group)
    >differentates between the "National Access" plan and the "NationalAccess
    >Minutes of Use " option.
    >The way I understand it, you pay for the "NationalAccess" plan, but it
    >doesn't use your minutes. The "NationalAccess Minutes of Use " option
    >gives you data, but uses your minutes. If you call during Nites and
    >Weekends, your minutes are free, hence free internet during those periods.


    There is the advertised "NationalAccess" PLAN. It seems to be equivalent
    to the Single Rate National PLAN, with the "National Access" FEATURE
    thrown it. No offpeak minutes, data usage taken from plan minutes.

    I have SRN, but my bill shows "National Access" under features, which
    seems to make it equivalant to the NationalAccess PLAN.

    It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have "NationalAccess
    Minutes of Use" on their features list.

    CONFUSING!!!
     
  7. Quick

    Quick Guest

    CharlesH wrote:
    > In article <40ce0e9d$1$cqbaaryy$mr2ice@news.verizon.net>,
    > <NOSPAMpdonnell@northnet.org> wrote:
    >> In <1087236503.848527@sj-nntpcache-3>, on 06/14/04
    >> at 11:05 AM, "Quick" <dhorwitz@NOSPAMcisco.com> said:
    >> On my bill, it's listed as "NationalAccess Minutes of Use".
    >>
    >> The "Minutes of Use" (Unofficially abreviated MOU on this group)
    >> differentates between the "National Access" plan and the
    >> "NationalAccess Minutes of Use " option.
    >> The way I understand it, you pay for the "NationalAccess" plan, but
    >> it doesn't use your minutes. The "NationalAccess Minutes of Use "
    >> option gives you data, but uses your minutes. If you call during
    >> Nites and Weekends, your minutes are free, hence free internet
    >> during those periods.

    >
    > There is the advertised "NationalAccess" PLAN. It seems to be
    > equivalent to the Single Rate National PLAN, with the "National
    > Access" FEATURE thrown it. No offpeak minutes, data usage taken from
    > plan minutes.
    >
    > I have SRN, but my bill shows "National Access" under features, which
    > seems to make it equivalant to the NationalAccess PLAN.
    >
    > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.


    Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)

    > CONFUSING!!!


    Exactly. Probably a bad idea to give the same name to both a
    plan and a feature.

    -Quick
     
  8. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:

    ; "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    ; news:r2onc01ed6tnge6ji96pgtrl2nd3guo5vg@news20.forteinc.com
    ; > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    ; >
    ; > ; > I currently have the NationalAccess 400 plan, it costs me
    ; > $55/month. ; > What I want is an America's Choice 400 plan with a
    ; > data add-on, and ; > pay no more than what I'm paying now. AC400 is
    ; > $40/month, and the NA ; > add-on plans range from an additional $30
    ; > for 5MB of data to $80. ;
    ; > ; Sigh... once again, it is an ****OPTION**** added to your current
    ; > voice ; plan, it is ***NOT*** a plan!!!!
    ; >
    ; > Yes it is a plan.
    ; >
    ; http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/...viewPlanDetail&sortOption=priceSort&catId=328
    ;
    ; Read the second sentence. Yes there is a plan, but it is **NOT** what he
    ; wants. see where he says "what I want"? here, let me paste it for you....

    That "he" is me, and I know what I said.

    I said I want an AC plan with data. You said to get NA, it's an
    option, not a plan. I said "it is a plan" and provided a link to it.
    BTW, that is the plan I currently have.

    ; Like I said earlier, this ***option*** is ***NOT*** on the
    ; website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    ; Quit pasting what *plans* are on the website, that is not what is being
    ; talked about! we are talking about *OPTIONS*!

    And unless I can point to an option code, VZW won't do it. So, is
    there a code for this NA +option+?

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "Hey, don't I know you? Oh yeah, the girl from the park! Didn't
    recognize you conscious, upright, and unmangled." - Torg, Sluggy
    Freelance
     
  9. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    ;
    ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)

    Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    than the WAP browser.

    I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.

    To recap:

    My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    had since installed Blazer.

    On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).

    On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    use the WAP browser.

    What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    able to use something other than the WAP browser.

    All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    at some point.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "I'm going to take a vow of silence concerning this entire
    conversation." (Lennier, B5 "The Quality of Mercy")
     
  10. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:t84tc0han4oth1arrmgg8d2afqe24hq0hf@news20.forteinc.com

    >
    > ; Like I said earlier, this ***option*** is ***NOT*** on the
    > ; website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    > ; Quit pasting what *plans* are on the website, that is not what is
    > being ; talked about! we are talking about *OPTIONS*!
    >
    > And unless I can point to an option code, VZW won't do it. So, is
    > there a code for this NA +option+?


    Unfortunately, there is no standard code for all markets, it is different
    for different ones (markets). Add to that, there is no standard billing
    system, and things don't even work the same way between the east and west
    coast.
    I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no standard codes,
    ones for other markets like "NAMOU" or "1XRTT" won't do you a bit of good.
    Fraid you'll have to do it the old fashioned way, and keep trying until you
    find someone with a modicum of intelligence that will hit a button and add
    it for free to your current voice plan.
    Just out of curiosity, have you even checked your current plan/bill yet?
    Look at your bill under current options, see if National Access" is listed.
    You may already have it!
     
  11. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     
  12. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     
  13. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     
  14. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     
  15. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     
  16. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     
  17. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     
  18. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     
  19. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     
  20. Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:
    >
    > ; > It seems that people on the "America's Choice" PLAN have
    > ; > "NationalAccess Minutes of Use" on their features list.
    > ;
    > ; Well... maybe not Jeffery -:)
    >
    > Somewhere upthread, I said that I had tried that, and it did not work.
    > The network would not recognize my data call when using anything other
    > than the WAP browser.
    >
    > I am not confused, or at least I don't think I am.
    >
    > To recap:
    >
    > My hardware is a SmartPhone. It came with three web browsers installed
    > in ROM. A WAP browser and two small-format "regular" browsers, and I
    > had since installed Blazer.
    >
    > On the National Access +plan+ I can use any of the four browsers I
    > wish. I can also use .pqa files (single-purpose minibrowsers).
    >
    > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    > use the WAP browser.
    >
    > What I want is an AC plan with the National Access +feature+ AND be
    > able to use something other than the WAP browser.
    >
    > All of this is on the SmartPhone, not tethered, though I may tether it
    > at some point.
    >


    Jeffrey, I'm just jumping into this discussion today so I may have
    missed this, but it looks like you're only dwelling on the service side
    of this issue and I didn't see that you followed what a couple of
    messages here state to do in setting your phone to use 1xRTT for data.
    Michael Sullivan specifically stated a couple of days ago, "you need to
    set the 7135 to use 1xRTT for its data network connection
    (PDAPrefs/Network/Service set to "Express Network (1XRTT)")." So have
    you tried that on an America's Choice plan that included the NA
    option/feature?

    Steve
     

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