Originally Posted by wabbit
i have a different view, its a cell phone i pay for data, why should it it be on my network not the network i get data from. if i wanted wifi i would carry a laptop with me, and connect to random places.
Take T-Mobile, for instance.
They allow UMA on their WiFi enabled BlackBerry devices which allows phone calls over WiFi.
This is a FANTASTIC benefit for the end user, and one I do wish I could have.
(I'm not about to switch to T-Mobile for it though.)
If Verizon offered UMA... then I'd be upset over lack of WiFi on the Tour.
For me, UMA is really the only reason I'd want WiFi on a phone.