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    Brad Nishida
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    Unless you buy GPRS service. Then you will get around 28000-36000.

    "Jason Cothran" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "Cotsford" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > | I have successfully used my T637 as a modem for my laptop with aol but

    the
    > | connection speed was very slow, 8900. My data cable is serial and I
    > | believe the connection speed would be higher with a USB cable.
    > | Does anyone know what that connection speed might be ?
    > |
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    > Using your cell phone to dial in you will only get a max of 9600 in the

    US.
    > No US carriers to my knowledge use HSCSD, so you are stuck with CSD speed.
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  2. #2
    Jason Cothran
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    Re: T637 used as modem ?


    "Brad Nishida" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    | Unless you buy GPRS service. Then you will get around 28000-36000.
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    Actually with GPRS even with very very low signal (to the point of not being
    able to hold a call), I still usually get 40+ with GPRS. It is definately
    much faster, much more stable, and much more reliable than CSD.





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