While wandering the aisles of Macworld Expo this week, I came across
Bluemobility Mac. They offer the cables, drivers, and support to
connect Macintosh computers to the wide-area data networks of the
cellphone carriers via phone+cable, PC Card, or bluetooth phones.

For phone+cable, they offer a kit consisting of the cable, the drivers,
and phone/email suppport for $125 without a phone+plan (if you already
have a phone+plan) or for $40 if you buy the phone+plan through them.
For PC Card, they offer a $125 kit of drivers and support, plus you
send them your PC Card and they "Mac-ize" it (whatever that means).

The person told me that Mac OS X works great with Sprint's network. He
was demonstrating with a tethered SPCS Sanyo 4900, a tethered SPCS Treo
600, and a Sony Ericsson bluetooth SPCS phone.

They seem to support Sprint PCS, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, and AT&T
Wireless.

See http://www.bluemobility.com or i[email protected] or 866-806-8720.

I don't work for them or use their products or even have a working Mac.
I just thought I'd post it here because of all the Mac users who post
questions here asking how to hook up their Mac to their phone.

--
Frank Harris in San Francisco with an A620




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