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    Steve
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    I'd like a combo phone/PDA, but would rather purchase a prepaid
    wireless plan, since I don't use the phone very much. Is this
    possible? Is there a better/cheaper way to go about this? Thanks!


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    Re: Smartphone with prepaid plan?

    On Mon, 29 Jan 2007 16:51:58 -0800, Steve <[email protected]> wrote:
    >I'd like a combo phone/PDA, but would rather purchase a prepaid
    >wireless plan, since I don't use the phone very much. Is this
    >possible? Is there a better/cheaper way to go about this? Thanks!


    Yes it's possible in most countries. In what country are you?

    Just buy the PDA/phone and a prepaid card.





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    Steve
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    Re: Smartphone with prepaid plan?

    [email protected] wrote:
    >>I'd like a combo phone/PDA, but would rather purchase a prepaid
    >>wireless plan, since I don't use the phone very much. Is this
    >>possible? Is there a better/cheaper way to go about this? Thanks!

    >
    >Yes it's possible in most countries. In what country are you?
    >Just buy the PDA/phone and a prepaid card.


    Thanks, I'm in the US. Looked at a few prepaid plans, they all seem
    to have specific phones that will work with their plans.


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  4. #4
    SMS
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    Re: Smartphone with prepaid plan?

    Steve wrote:
    > [email protected] wrote:
    >>> I'd like a combo phone/PDA, but would rather purchase a prepaid
    >>> wireless plan, since I don't use the phone very much. Is this
    >>> possible? Is there a better/cheaper way to go about this? Thanks!

    >> Yes it's possible in most countries. In what country are you?
    >> Just buy the PDA/phone and a prepaid card.

    >
    > Thanks, I'm in the US. Looked at a few prepaid plans, they all seem
    > to have specific phones that will work with their plans.


    Well you can use ANY Verizon capable phone on PagePlus, and any unlocked
    GSM phone on T-Mobile or Cingular. What you probably can't do is to use
    the web-browsing or e-mail functionality of the PDA on prepaid.

    Of course you'll pay a lot for a PDA phone without getting a contract.



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