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  1. #1
    Hi.

    I would like to know how does one get wireless Internet access with
    Tungsten C and Motorola V60 (AT&T service) cellular phone. I was told
    that one can get a special cable to hook up the PDA to the cellular
    phone with Gomadic (http://www.gomadic.com/mov6topatuzi.html). I read
    the instructions (http://www.gomatic.com/support-cc.htm#1.1) on how to
    set up dial-up connection, but the screen shots look very old and I did
    not see instructions for AT&T network that this phone uses. Or am I
    reading this incorrectly?

    Any pointers are welcomed for this newbie. Thank you in advance.
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  2. #2
    PDA Man
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    Re: Tungsten C and Motorola V60 (AT&T service) cellular phone for Internet connection?

    Unfortunately, you are about to enter the World of ATTWS DATA. ATTWS does
    not support CSD (Circuit Switched DATA) on any of their Wireless products
    any longer (never did on GSM) The only way to connect your Tungsten C will
    be to subscribe to a DATA Package and then configure the unit to work with
    the package. But without it, you cannot do anything with a basic ATTWS Voice
    plan.\

    Here is a link for their Office Online site, this will get you headed in the
    right direction
    http://www.attwireless.com/personal/...ne/index.jhtml






    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi.
    >
    > I would like to know how does one get wireless Internet access with
    > Tungsten C and Motorola V60 (AT&T service) cellular phone. I was told
    > that one can get a special cable to hook up the PDA to the cellular
    > phone with Gomadic (http://www.gomadic.com/mov6topatuzi.html). I read
    > the instructions (http://www.gomatic.com/support-cc.htm#1.1) on how to
    > set up dial-up connection, but the screen shots look very old and I did
    > not see instructions for AT&T network that this phone uses. Or am I
    > reading this incorrectly?
    >
    > Any pointers are welcomed for this newbie. Thank you in advance.
    > --
    > "Why eat ants when an uncle will do?" --Tymoutta Aardvarka of
    > Sarcastica
    > /\___/\
    > / /\ /\ \ Ant @ The Ant Farm: http://antfarm.ma.cx
    > | |o o| | E-mail: [email protected]NT or [email protected]NT
    > \ _ / Remove ANT if replying by e-mail from a newsgroup.
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  3. #3
    PDA Man
    Guest

    Re: Tungsten C and Motorola V60 (AT&T service) cellular phone for Internet connection?

    Unfortunately, you are about to enter the World of ATTWS DATA. ATTWS does
    not support CSD (Circuit Switched DATA) on any of their Wireless products
    any longer (never did on GSM) The only way to connect your Tungsten C will
    be to subscribe to a DATA Package and then configure the unit to work with
    the package. But without it, you cannot do anything with a basic ATTWS Voice
    plan.\

    Here is a link for their Office Online site, this will get you headed in the
    right direction
    http://www.attwireless.com/personal/...ne/index.jhtml






    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi.
    >
    > I would like to know how does one get wireless Internet access with
    > Tungsten C and Motorola V60 (AT&T service) cellular phone. I was told
    > that one can get a special cable to hook up the PDA to the cellular
    > phone with Gomadic (http://www.gomadic.com/mov6topatuzi.html). I read
    > the instructions (http://www.gomatic.com/support-cc.htm#1.1) on how to
    > set up dial-up connection, but the screen shots look very old and I did
    > not see instructions for AT&T network that this phone uses. Or am I
    > reading this incorrectly?
    >
    > Any pointers are welcomed for this newbie. Thank you in advance.
    > --
    > "Why eat ants when an uncle will do?" --Tymoutta Aardvarka of
    > Sarcastica
    > /\___/\
    > / /\ /\ \ Ant @ The Ant Farm: http://antfarm.ma.cx
    > | |o o| | E-mail: [email protected]NT or [email protected]NT
    > \ _ / Remove ANT if replying by e-mail from a newsgroup.
    > ( )






  4. #4

    Re: Tungsten C and Motorola V60 (AT&T service) cellular phone for Internet connection?

    Thanks PDA Man. Do you know how reliable this service is? It is pretty
    expensive since Internet access tend to use a lot of MB.


    In comp.sys.palmtops.pilot PDA Man <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Unfortunately, you are about to enter the World of ATTWS DATA. ATTWS does
    > not support CSD (Circuit Switched DATA) on any of their Wireless products
    > any longer (never did on GSM) The only way to connect your Tungsten C will
    > be to subscribe to a DATA Package and then configure the unit to work with
    > the package. But without it, you cannot do anything with a basic ATTWS Voice
    > plan.\


    > Here is a link for their Office Online site, this will get you headed in the
    > right direction
    > http://www.attwireless.com/personal/...ne/index.jhtml



    > <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Hi.
    > >
    > > I would like to know how does one get wireless Internet access with
    > > Tungsten C and Motorola V60 (AT&T service) cellular phone. I was told
    > > that one can get a special cable to hook up the PDA to the cellular
    > > phone with Gomadic (http://www.gomadic.com/mov6topatuzi.html). I read
    > > the instructions (http://www.gomatic.com/support-cc.htm#1.1) on how to
    > > set up dial-up connection, but the screen shots look very old and I did
    > > not see instructions for AT&T network that this phone uses. Or am I
    > > reading this incorrectly?
    > >
    > > Any pointers are welcomed for this newbie. Thank you in advance.

    --
    "Why eat ants when an uncle will do?" --Tymoutta Aardvarka of
    Sarcastica
    /\___/\
    / /\ /\ \ Ant @ The Ant Farm: http://antfarm.ma.cx
    | |o o| | E-mail: [email protected]NT or [email protected]NT
    \ _ / Remove ANT if replying by e-mail from a newsgroup.
    ( )



  5. #5

    Re: Tungsten C and Motorola V60 (AT&T service) cellular phone for Internet connection?

    Thanks PDA Man. Do you know how reliable this service is? It is pretty
    expensive since Internet access tend to use a lot of MB.


    In comp.sys.palmtops.pilot PDA Man <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Unfortunately, you are about to enter the World of ATTWS DATA. ATTWS does
    > not support CSD (Circuit Switched DATA) on any of their Wireless products
    > any longer (never did on GSM) The only way to connect your Tungsten C will
    > be to subscribe to a DATA Package and then configure the unit to work with
    > the package. But without it, you cannot do anything with a basic ATTWS Voice
    > plan.\


    > Here is a link for their Office Online site, this will get you headed in the
    > right direction
    > http://www.attwireless.com/personal/...ne/index.jhtml



    > <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Hi.
    > >
    > > I would like to know how does one get wireless Internet access with
    > > Tungsten C and Motorola V60 (AT&T service) cellular phone. I was told
    > > that one can get a special cable to hook up the PDA to the cellular
    > > phone with Gomadic (http://www.gomadic.com/mov6topatuzi.html). I read
    > > the instructions (http://www.gomatic.com/support-cc.htm#1.1) on how to
    > > set up dial-up connection, but the screen shots look very old and I did
    > > not see instructions for AT&T network that this phone uses. Or am I
    > > reading this incorrectly?
    > >
    > > Any pointers are welcomed for this newbie. Thank you in advance.

    --
    "Why eat ants when an uncle will do?" --Tymoutta Aardvarka of
    Sarcastica
    /\___/\
    / /\ /\ \ Ant @ The Ant Farm: http://antfarm.ma.cx
    | |o o| | E-mail: [email protected]NT or [email protected]NT
    \ _ / Remove ANT if replying by e-mail from a newsgroup.
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