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    jayjay229051
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    I am looking into getting the AT&T Tilt. I need to know pretty much everthing about it. Can anyone give me some pro's and con's? Would you prefer it or not? Also, what plan do I need? I was looking at the PDA personal plan, but what exactly does that include? What do you guys reccommend


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    Re: AT&T Htc Tilt

    what do you want to know? Everything? Phone Scoop

    IMO:

    Pros--HSPDA/HSUPA, GPS, QWERTY Keyboard, WinMo 6, tons of additional apps, Syncs with office, push email (exchange, blackberry or good)

    Cons--size, battery life, WinMo! LOL



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    Re: AT&T Htc Tilt

    what does the $29.99 pda plan include?



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    Re: AT&T Htc Tilt

    unlimited internet...that's it. You might try to sneak the Media Max plan in which is $19.99 for unlimited internet and 200 text messages.



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    Re: AT&T Htc Tilt

    One positive is the 3G, its ultra fast and works well

    One Negative, the battery is horrible, battery technology just isn't good enough yet. If you get the device, turn off the bluetooth if not in use, since it uses about 4 times the power output of IR connections.

    The keypad is nice, it works well, nice spacing between the keys. And the Windows Mobile 6 interface allows for connections to Exchange Server 2007 with HTML viewing of emails.

    The device is a little bulky, but it offers easy access to business applications, and the Mobile 6 version is the professional version, which means you can not only view, but edit your MS Office documents right on the device.

    Its a little pricey, but it really does offer alot of excellent features, including an easy to connect WiFi.

    The browsing capabilities are something left to be fixed, I hate Mobile Internet explorer.



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    Re: AT&T Htc Tilt

    Quote Originally Posted by xj911 View Post
    unlimited internet...that's it. You might try to sneak the Media Max plan in which is $19.99 for unlimited internet and 200 text messages.
    What do you mean sneak it in? You mean the media is 200 texts and the pda is internet? Thats how i'd get internet and text messages? Why is texting on this phone so much? I have my blackberry and I play $20 for unlimited



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    Re: AT&T Htc Tilt

    I have had mine for a month and have really liked it. With medium phone use and internet use I easily get 3 days of on time before I'm down in the 20% range. One secret i have found with the Li-ion batteries is not to let them charge too long. When the LED turns green pull the plug. For some reason the charge software/ hardware doesn't like to be powered up for hours after it is fully charged.

    Besides that I have used most of the features and devices on the phone and it performs very well. I did get the garmin GPS software, it runs REAL nice. On my last flight to LA it showed me I was travelling at 418MPH and even gave me a very accurate ETA!

    I'll probably switch to another browser than IE, since it does have some limitations. I have the $39.95 smart phone plan, since that's what AT&T told me I needed with all the options on the Tilt. When I tried the $19.99 plan with another smart phone my TM didn't work.

    Time2Roll.



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    Re: AT&T Htc Tilt

    So your'e using the $39.99 plan? What softwares did you download? How would you change your internet browser from IE? What other downloads are available for theTilt?



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    Re: AT&T Htc Tilt

    meh, I use the $19.99 plan with an HTC 8525 with no problems. I don't text that much.

    MEdia(TM) Max 200 Bundle
    UNLIMITED: Cellular Video & MEdia™ Net. Plus 200 Text, Video, Picture, Instant Messages (5cents/add'l). GET IT ALL with a bundle of messaging & wireless internet at a discounted monthly rate.

    Here's the $39.99 Plan:
    PDA Personal Max
    PDA Connect Unlimited data usages plus 1500 integrated Bolt-on for PDA devices only.
    no tethering allowed



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    Re: AT&T Htc Tilt

    Look here for an alternate browser: Opera browser: Home page
    I'll have to look further for places with other downloads.

    Neil S.



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