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Old 11-06-2006, 03:57 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ladydi
I sort of got an answer. I called Sprint and they said that the 8703e doesn't "utilize" TCP/IP. Be warned when thinking of purchasing an 8700 from them. I would recomond going with T-mobile who does allow it (not sure about cingular) I am going to assume that Verizon also doesn't allow it. Unless of course, you are on a BES without a policy blocking MDS. So, no google maps for my users.
All 8703e will not have any TCP/IP access. Cant even use IM softwares on the devices. best bet is to have BES with MDS, or rent a BES server.
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