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  1. #1
    Seth J. Bookey
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    I am thinking this is probably a problem with my ISP... when I try to use
    my 3650 as a Bluetooth modem for my iBook, or to connect to my Palm
    Tungsten T, the phone dials my ISP but then disconnects. Any clues?

    --Seth
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    Seth J. Bookey
    New York City
    [email protected]



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  2. #2
    Martin Crosbie
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    Re: Using the 3650 as a Bluetooth Modem for an iBook


    "Seth J. Bookey" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I am thinking this is probably a problem with my ISP... when I try to use
    > my 3650 as a Bluetooth modem for my iBook, or to connect to my Palm
    > Tungsten T, the phone dials my ISP but then disconnects. Any clues?


    Possibly a problem with you Cell provider - is your account enabled for data
    calls?

    Martin Crosbie





  3. #3
    Chanchao
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    Re: Using the 3650 as a Bluetooth Modem for an iBook

    On Tue, 21 Oct 2003 02:18:31 +0100, "Martin Crosbie"
    <[email protected]> wrote some stuff about "Re: Using the
    3650 as a Bluetooth Modem for an iBook", to which I would like to add the
    following:

    >> I am thinking this is probably a problem with my ISP... when I try to use
    >> my 3650 as a Bluetooth modem for my iBook, or to connect to my Palm
    >> Tungsten T, the phone dials my ISP but then disconnects. Any clues?

    >
    >Possibly a problem with you Cell provider - is your account enabled for data
    >calls?


    And did you consider using GPRS instead? Faster too, and most likely cheaper.

    Cheers,
    Chanchao



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