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  1. #1
    N2
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    I know it's been asked about a bazillion times in here, but through my
    research online and real-life contacts, all I can glean about EV-DO phones
    is that "they're coming", but no specifics at all. No mention of timeline,
    make, model or cost.

    One of my contacts said SPCS is moving away from the MS Mobile OS and is
    embracing the Palm OS.

    Is there anyone here with any additional (and semi-reliable) information?
    I'm a small business owner and lack of POP3 access, decent contact and task
    manager, and real-time instant messaging on my A680, not to mention poor
    reception in the fringe area where I live, is really starting to have an
    impact on my business. I hate to consider other carriers, but I might be
    left with no choice if SPCS doesn't roll out some good hardware soon.

    TIA...





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  2. #2
    Bob Smith
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    Re: EV-DO Phones...Seriously.


    "N2" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > I know it's been asked about a bazillion times in here, but through my
    > research online and real-life contacts, all I can glean about EV-DO phones
    > is that "they're coming", but no specifics at all. No mention of

    timeline,
    > make, model or cost.


    Well .... it's not been asked that much here in this newsgroup. Maybe 3 or 4
    times ... As for SPCS phone information, they never pass on any information,
    till they issue a PR on new phone models.

    > One of my contacts said SPCS is moving away from the MS Mobile OS and is
    > embracing the Palm OS.


    Whether they are ... or aren't, the browser has nothing to do with EV-DO
    transmission speeds.

    > Is there anyone here with any additional (and semi-reliable) information?
    > I'm a small business owner and lack of POP3 access, decent contact and

    task
    > manager, and real-time instant messaging on my A680, not to mention poor
    > reception in the fringe area where I live, is really starting to have an
    > impact on my business. I hate to consider other carriers, but I might be
    > left with no choice if SPCS doesn't roll out some good hardware soon.
    >
    > TIA...


    Considering that you say you live in the fringe coverage area, (I guessing
    it's just outside of Las Vegas) maybe a Sanyo phone model might hold a
    signal stronger. OR ... maybe it's time you did look around for another
    wireless provider who can better cover your area of travel.

    Bob





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