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  1. #1
    Brian Bernardini
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    I noticed one page on cingular.com that mentions a $0.00 pricing option,
    in which you just pay 1 cent per kB. I can't seem to find that anywhere
    else, though. Is it really an option?

    Can anybody share their experiences with Wireless Internet Express?

    -Brian


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  2. #2
    JDeats
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    Re: Wireless Internet Express question

    To my knowledge their are two plans. 1. "Basic" which you pay
    $7.95/month and get 1-MEG (1024k) of download per month, each
    additional kbyte (overage) is billed at $.01 per kbyte.

    The other plan is a "works" plan that gives you unlimited WAP usages
    (including downloads) for $19.99/month.

    The average MIDI ringtone download is about 15k
    Real tone downloads average about 35k (MMF)
    (mp3 ringtones can be much larger)

    Walpapers average about 10-15k (in JPEG format)

    Games and applications vary in size, but most are at least 60k,
    according to the Java spec for mobile devices a single games can't
    exceed 160k, on some phones, e.g Samsung x427) this limit is more like
    120k.






    Brian Bernardini <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > I noticed one page on cingular.com that mentions a $0.00 pricing option,
    > in which you just pay 1 cent per kB. I can't seem to find that anywhere
    > else, though. Is it really an option?
    >
    > Can anybody share their experiences with Wireless Internet Express?
    >
    > -Brian
    >
    >
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  3. #3
    Bernard Farquart
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    Re: Wireless Internet Express question


    "JDeats" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > To my knowledge their are two plans. 1. "Basic" which you pay
    > $7.95/month and get 1-MEG (1024k) of download per month, each
    > additional kbyte (overage) is billed at $.01 per kbyte.
    >
    > The other plan is a "works" plan that gives you unlimited WAP usages
    > (including downloads) for $19.99/month.
    >
    > The average MIDI ringtone download is about 15k
    > Real tone downloads average about 35k (MMF)
    > (mp3 ringtones can be much larger)
    >
    > Walpapers average about 10-15k (in JPEG format)
    >
    > Games and applications vary in size, but most are at least 60k,
    > according to the Java spec for mobile devices a single games can't
    > exceed 160k, on some phones, e.g Samsung x427) this limit is more like
    > 120k.

    Don't forget that if you have a camera phone, and want to
    send pictures with it, they run about 30-40k per picture..

    at least on a v400

    Bernard





  4. #4
    Jason Cothran
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    Re: Wireless Internet Express question


    "Bernard Farquart" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    |
    | "JDeats" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    | news:[email protected]
    | > To my knowledge their are two plans. 1. "Basic" which you pay
    | > $7.95/month and get 1-MEG (1024k) of download per month, each
    | > additional kbyte (overage) is billed at $.01 per kbyte.
    | >
    | > The other plan is a "works" plan that gives you unlimited WAP usages
    | > (including downloads) for $19.99/month.
    | >
    | > The average MIDI ringtone download is about 15k
    | > Real tone downloads average about 35k (MMF)
    | > (mp3 ringtones can be much larger)
    | >
    | > Walpapers average about 10-15k (in JPEG format)
    | >
    | > Games and applications vary in size, but most are at least 60k,
    | > according to the Java spec for mobile devices a single games can't
    | > exceed 160k, on some phones, e.g Samsung x427) this limit is more like
    | > 120k.
    | Don't forget that if you have a camera phone, and want to
    | send pictures with it, they run about 30-40k per picture..
    |
    | at least on a v400
    |

    If you send via MMS, they are sent at MMS rate, and the data is not counted
    toward your KB. If you email, though, of course they go towards your KB.





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