Which AT&T data plans are compatible?
montgoss at gmail.com
Tue Jul 29 19:59:26 CEST 2008
My understanding is that it's marketing BS and there isn't much (if
any) difference between those unlimited data plans. The difference
seems to be what AT&T is willing to sell you. If you have a crappy
old phone, they'll sell you a cheap data plan because they figure you
won't use it. If you have a smartphone, they figure you might
actually be able to and want to browse the web and therefore charge
What I'm thinking of trying is taking my old, crappy flip-phone into
the store when asking about data plans. That should get me the cheap
plan. Then just pop the SIM card back into my Neo. I'm betting I'll
have full internet. Worst case scenario: I'll have to tunnel
everything through port 80.
On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 10:55 AM, Dimitri <spam2 at eflamenco.com> wrote:
> I've set up an ATT pay-as-you-go plan, and I'm able to send/receive calls and
> text messages.
> (I had to wiggle the sim card for the phone to recognize the att network: a
> hardware flaw that's been discussed to death.)
> Which ATT data plans are compatible with the Freerunner?
> There's a ton of them available, with radically different pricing for
> I see names like "PDA Personal", "MediaNet", "DataConnect", and a bunch of
> Which ATT data access plans are compatible with Openmoko?
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