Neither iPhone or OpenMoko are revolutionary
andreas at kostyrka.org
Thu Jan 18 12:46:32 CET 2007
* Ted Lemon <mellon at fugue.com> [070118 03:37]:
> On Jan 17, 2007, at 7:00 PM, David Schlesinger wrote:
> >The revolution evidently has a bunch of people who don't see that the value of half (or ninety-five one-hundredths) of a loaf exceeds that of no loaf at all.
> I wouldn't take this very seriously. Despite the lack of WiFi, which I definitely agree is a minus, I am going to get one of these phones as soon as I can. The thing I'm paranoid
> about right now is whether or not GPRS works over my t-mobile (US) network. WiFi would be really nice, but it's by no means a deal-breaker. Actually, it probably means an extra
Well, if it's GSM+GPRS and nothing fancy, than yes. You need to figure
out the APN (access point name), but techs at the callcenter or your
current phone should give you that. (And if it's really T-mobile
built, not bought, the APN will almost certainly be the same as in
other T-Mobile networks).
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