01-05-2008 9:56 AM - edited 01-09-2008 11:09 PM
01-08-2008 7:00 AM
gizeh1976 wrote:Can use internet in my laptop using the same data service of my iPhone? If so, which card should I buy and how can I activate it?
01-15-2008 2:50 PM
I've heard that you can't get at the SIM card on Dell's built in HSDPA card. I am not speaking from personal knowledge.
01-15-2008 4:54 PM
01-15-2008 5:51 PM
If you are asking if you can use your iPhone data plan in a laptop card or any other data device or method to obtain internet access other than on the iPhone the answer is no. iPhone data plans are deeply discounted and only allow for data use in an iPhone device. If you need any other sort of data that is not on the iPhone you will need to pay extra for that.
gizeh1976 wrote:Let me refresh my question: I have an iPhone with unlimited Data service; I wanna know if I can use my iPhone's data servicein a broadband wireless card. Somebody suggested me to have two lines, one for my iPhone and one for my laptop, but i wanna avoid it. I want to use a unique data service for both my laptop and iPhone. The only problem is I don't if this is possible.Thanks for replying
01-15-2008 7:20 PM
01-16-2008 4:11 AM
01-16-2008 1:47 PM
2000tara wrote:The unlimited data for laptop connect is $59.99, only problem is that a 2 yr contract is required. That is my big delima, b/c I have a Blackjack & have the PDA connect plan & was also wanting to swap SIM cards out to use in the wireless card, but they say I can't, mine says invalid profile on the Sierra Wireless profile when I try it I also have my card, bought it off one of my friends AT&T still wants a min 12 month contract even 4 activating my own card, which I didn't like So I am holding off, also I heard something about new plans as of 1/22 & they arn't going to be unlimited anymore??? This is just hearsay though not sure how true it is just something to think about.
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