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Old 04-25-2007, 02:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know this has been discussed on previous threads but nobody mentioned in them whether they had actually successfully used this software in conjunction w/ an 8703e on Verizon. I can certainly download the free trial & find out but in the event someone has done it I'd like to hear any details & tips before I start mucking with my current setup. I currently use the Verizon service and use my BB as a tethered modem but it just galls me to have to pay that additional $15/mth when other carriers like Sprint give it away for free. Thanks for any help. Elina
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I know this has been discussed on previous threads but nobody mentioned in them whether they had actually successfully used this software in conjunction w/ an 8703e on Verizon. I can certainly download the free trial & find out but in the event someone has done it I'd like to hear any details & tips before I start mucking with my current setup. I currently use the Verizon service and use my BB as a tethered modem but it just galls me to have to pay that additional $15/mth when other carriers like Sprint give it away for free. Thanks for any help. Elina
I couldn't feel your frustration with Verizon any greater. Try out Shark Modem. They have a trial. I plan on doing so.
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