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  1. #1
    GM
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    I have a Kyocera 6035 and thinking about upgrading to a Treo600 due to the
    call handling software, camera, and palm software (I already palm software).
    I'm no longer under a contract and have continued monthly on the 400 free
    minutes program. I was wondering if any deals would be better off upgrading
    with my present plan, and/or closing it down and activating a new account
    with a new phone number. Essentials: unlimited long distance calling on
    weekends, real text-messaging (as opposed to SMS), paging, reliability.
    Optional: photos for moblogging. Could go with personal or business.
    Thanks in advance.
    Glenn





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  2. #2
    O/Siris
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    Re: Sprint Upgrade

    In article <[email protected]_s01>, [email protected]=20
    says...
    > I have a Kyocera 6035 and thinking about upgrading to a Treo600 due to th=

    e
    > call handling software, camera, and palm software (I already palm softwar=

    e).
    > I'm no longer under a contract and have continued monthly on the 400 free
    > minutes program. I was wondering if any deals would be better off upgrad=

    ing
    > with my present plan, and/or closing it down and activating a new account
    > with a new phone number. Essentials: unlimited long distance calling on
    > weekends, real text-messaging (as opposed to SMS), paging, reliability.
    > Optional: photos for moblogging. Could go with personal or business.
    > Thanks in advance.
    > Glenn


    Well, with an already existing line, the rebate involved is mail-in. =20
    With a new number, it's instant: right off the out-of-pocket cost of=20
    the phone. That can be a pretty big difference to some.

    BTW, SMS *is* "real text-messaging." The stuff before that was=20
    Shortmail, and SPCS never called that SMS.

    The way we do MMS, there's no direct support for moblogging. You'd=20
    have to download the pic to a PC, and *then* email it to the moblog=20
    (at least, for the two I tried that permitted emailing of pics). =20
    PictureMail sends a URL to an online storage location for the=20
    picture, and the two moblog sites I tried didn't support that.

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    R=D8=DF
    O/Siris
    I work for Sprint PCS
    I *don't* speak for them



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