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  1. #1
    Phoner
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    Think of moving over to the above tariff and getting a new Nokia N70.
    So a couple of questions.

    1. Can I access all email accounts on the phone (not just tmobile
    email). ie I assume there is no walled garden.
    2. What is the battery life like on the N70
    3. How many email accounts can I have on the N70?
    4. How easy is it to access the 'web' on this phone?
    5. Any other points I need to consider.

    Thanks in advance.

    P




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  2. #2
    Bryan Anderson
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    Re: Web N Walk - T-Mobile

    On 18th April "Phoner" wrote:

    > 1. Can I access all email accounts on the phone (not just tmobile
    > email). ie I assume there is no walled garden.


    I am on the "old" Web'n'Walk before it became an add-on to other
    tariffs and I can confirm that it is access to the "whole" interweb
    and no walled gardens or anything.

    --
    Bryan Anderson <[email protected]>



  3. #3
    Jo
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    Re: Web N Walk - T-Mobile


    "Bryan Anderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On 18th April "Phoner" wrote:
    >
    >> 1. Can I access all email accounts on the phone (not just tmobile
    >> email). ie I assume there is no walled garden.

    >
    > I am on the "old" Web'n'Walk before it became an add-on to other
    > tariffs and I can confirm that it is access to the "whole" interweb
    > and no walled gardens or anything.


    Now seems its not an add-on but FREEE!!!!!!





  4. #4
    Stephen Henson
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    Re: Web N Walk - T-Mobile

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] says...
    > Think of moving over to the above tariff and getting a new Nokia N70.
    > So a couple of questions.
    >
    > 1. Can I access all email accounts on the phone (not just tmobile
    > email). ie I assume there is no walled garden.


    No there isn't any walled garden. I've used an unlocked Orange SPVC550
    on it with the SIM only tariff (15/month).

    Main thing to watch is the fair use policy doesn't allow the use of
    laptops and various other things. There is some debate as to whether
    they can actually tell unless something blatant is done.

    There is an 8.50 + VAT pro version which does allow laptops and only
    has a no VOIP restriction and a reported 2GB fair use policy. That is
    supposed to be fully available on 1st May but some people have already
    added it by phoning T-mobile CS.

    The "pro" version also has a faster upload speed (same as download on
    3G, 384kpbs) and will support HSDPA when it becomes available which will
    have 1.6mb/s download speed.

    If the restrictions mean you'd need the pro version it might be best to
    wait a few weeks to see what offers appear with the pro version bundled
    into the main tariff.

    Steve.



  5. #5
    Tim Rogers
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    Re: Web N Walk - T-Mobile


    "Bryan Anderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On 18th April "Phoner" wrote:
    >
    >> 1. Can I access all email accounts on the phone (not just tmobile
    >> email). ie I assume there is no walled garden.

    >
    > I am on the "old" Web'n'Walk before it became an add-on to other
    > tariffs and I can confirm that it is access to the "whole" interweb
    > and no walled gardens or anything.


    The choice of phones is failrly limited. Can you have any phone in the
    normal range and add the 'GPRS for 7.50' onto that tariff. Fancy a SE W800i
    and want to use the GPRS for email/WAP.

    Tim
    >
    > --
    > Bryan Anderson <[email protected]>






  6. #6
    Jo
    Guest

    Re: Web N Walk - T-Mobile


    "Tim Rogers" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Bryan Anderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> On 18th April "Phoner" wrote:
    >>
    >>> 1. Can I access all email accounts on the phone (not just tmobile
    >>> email). ie I assume there is no walled garden.

    >>
    >> I am on the "old" Web'n'Walk before it became an add-on to other
    >> tariffs and I can confirm that it is access to the "whole" interweb
    >> and no walled gardens or anything.

    >
    > The choice of phones is failrly limited. Can you have any phone in the
    > normal range and add the 'GPRS for 7.50' onto that tariff. Fancy a SE
    > W800i and want to use the GPRS for email/WAP.
    >



    read my post






  7. #7
    Seinman
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    Re: Web N Walk - T-Mobile

    > Now seems its not an add-on but FREEE!!!!!!


    Not according to the T-Mobile Website. 7.50 PM.





  8. #8
    Jo
    Guest

    Re: Web N Walk - T-Mobile


    "Seinman" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    >> Now seems its not an add-on but FREEE!!!!!!

    >
    >
    > Not according to the T-Mobile Website. 7.50 PM.
    >

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Seinman" <[email protected]>
    Newsgroups: uk.telecom.mobile
    Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2006 12:11 PM
    Subject: Re: Web N Walk - T-Mobile


    >> Now seems its not an add-on but FREEE!!!!!!

    >
    >
    > Not according to the T-Mobile Website. 7.50 PM.


    Not according to the T-mobile website I saw and the package I just bought.





  9. #9
    Dave Gill
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    Re: Web N Walk - T-Mobile

    Jo wrote:
    > "Seinman" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]


    >> Not according to the T-Mobile Website. 7.50 PM.

    >
    > Not according to the T-mobile website I saw and the package I just bought.


    T-Mobile is currently offering a 25% discount on Flext and Relax
    tariffs, with or without "Web 'n' Walk", if you sign up online.

    Which *effectively* makes WnW free if you take it with a new Flext/Relax
    package, but if you want to add it to your existing Flext/Relax package
    it will cost you 7.50/month.

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