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best plans supporting palm phones in Burlington, MA

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by jtodd, Aug 27, 2002.

  1. jtodd

    jtodd New Member

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    I'm interested in using a palm-based phone with a provider that gives good reception in Burlington, MA, and that, ideally, would also support a pre-pay with that phone. From previouos feedback, I've heard Verizon provides the best coverage here. They do offer a palm-phone, the Kyocera, but I'm wondering if you can use prepay with it - they said you can't I think - or if there are better phones with other providers also giving good coverage, and if they know if they can use pre-pay with these phones. Thanks! jt [​IMG]
     
  2. Jack

    Jack Silver Senior Member
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    Location:
    Ohio
    My Phone:
    Motorola T720
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Alltel
    You can use the palm on verizon you would just have to pay more for the phone or get one off of e-bay

    Kyocera 6035

    Jack
     
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  3. jtodd

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    Thanks for your response. So I take it that you prefer Verizon coverage and their Kyocera 6035 for the palm phone. A few questions for you, if I may:

    Did you settle on that choice of provider/phone after trying other providers or other palms ?

    What's the cheapest way to get the Kyocera - ebay?

    And can you use prepay with the Kyocera?

    Thanks! james[​IMG]
     

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