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Re: [newtech-1] Anyone Used a SD WiFi Card

From: D.A. G.
Sent on: Saturday, February 23, 2008 11:39 AM
Rob,

How are you managing the tethering? I have been using PDAnet ( 
http://www.junefa...­ ) to, as you said, use it as 
a go-anywhere modem. The speeds work well for what I need - mostly web 
browsing and using GoToMyPC.com to get access to my office PC as needed. 
. .

But I understand there is a way of using the phone as a modem without 
paying for additional software. Is this how you're doing it?

Dave

Rob wrote:
> I mostly use the phone as a go-anywhere modem. Phone-wise its 
> passable. Its not clear if the WM6 upgrade will make tethered use 
> visible to Sprint (it isn't with the 6700 on WM5).

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