hmm thats a consideration at upgrade time as well. Wow Verizon is starting to have quite the phone lineup are they not. We got the palms, the droids, the i-phones tomorrow, The Nexus, the Protouch 1 and 2 as well as several other decent smart phones oh and all the blackberries to.
Built-in 3G Mobile Hotspot? Does that mean I'd be able to use my cell phone as a access point, without buying and installing a separate modem?
The first time I looked at the Palm Pre, I was very impressed with the WebOS. But pairing it with the Sprint limited its appeal, especially since Sprint was hemorrhaging customers last year. I see a much brighter future with Verizon.
So supposing that AT&T loses its exclusivity with iPhone...will Verizon have too much power. I hate to say this but we need AT&T to keep Verizon in check.
yes gibbersome from what I understand on the mobile hotspot it is like having a USB wireless adapter on the carriers notebook on your laptop, except it is for every device in the vicinity of the phone.
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