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Old 05-18-2010, 02:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have recently received a Bold 9700 and am on Bell (Canada). I have an unlimited data package.

I assume that package includes email and internet. There are some apps that i am not sure how they work and if they are charged for. Where can I find that information out?

I have BellTV, Zoompass, Facebook, Google maps and some others. Are these free to use or is there a user fee?

Can I use the GPS receiver on Google maps without paying to use the GPS signal?

Are things like yellowpages.ca free to use or is there a per use charge.

Are these apps just using my data time, which is unlimited or is there additional charges?

Just point me to where there are answers. bell does not supply much on their web page.

If this type of question has been asked by every new guy, just point me to answers. Thanks for your indulgence.
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Unless you pay for them when downloading, they dont cost anything to run.
It comes out of your data allowance.

Yes, there is no GPS fee.

If you can browse yellowpages.ca on a PC for free without being charged, it is no different on a BB.

All data usage comes from your data allowance.
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