Which AT&T data plans are compatible?

Josh Monson josh.monson at kintera.com
Wed Jul 30 00:30:11 CEST 2008

Excuse me if I have missed previous posts on this...

Is it possible to ssh to your phone over public IP space yet?

With the ability then to setup a webserver, ftp site, or something


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Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 3:26 PM
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Subject: Re: Which AT&T data plans are compatible?

Yes, to my knowledge, GPRS data transfer is not yet automated and not
working out-of-the-box.

A few people on the list have shared instructions on how they got it to
at least connect to their carrier to get an IP address, but I haven't
tried it myself on my AT&T (contract) SIM yet.


Dimitri wrote:
> Ian,
> When you say "GPRS data transfer is still being worked on" does that
mean it
> doesn't currently work?
> I ask because my AT&T pay-as-you-go plan has MediaNet data access
> for $.01 / kb.
> But if I try to connect to a web page, it won't connect. (Using my
> WiFi or USB connection, it connects fine.)
> Could it be an issue with my 3g blazing sim? I would guess no, since
> works just fine when making/receiving calls and text messages.
> Dimitri
> ian douglas-2 wrote:
>> You'll probably need the PDA Personal plan, that's what they
>> to smartphone users, which the Freerunner will qualify as, in their
>> opinion.
>> But GPRS data transfer is still being worked on, so hold off paying
>> $30/month for unlimited data just yet.
>> -id
>> Dimitri wrote:
>>> Which ATT data access plans are compatible with Openmoko?

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