Sunday, July 17, 2005

T-Mobile's web'n'walk service-and what it really is

People who live in austria/Germany or watch finance sites will recently have heard of a T-Mobile service that will bring the web to the mobile people. Its click'n'boom technology(not joking!! heard it on n-tv!!!) is said to make mobile web brwosing instantaneously fast. Sounds like something we may want for our (netfront-enabled) Palm handhelds.
A call to the T-Mobile help center usually is senseless, but it really helped out this time. The clerk was happy to tell me more about the servgice-so read on.

Web'n'walk essentially is just a new name for our already existing GPRS internet services. If you have Web'n'alk enabled, you can send email and do everything with your PalmOs handheld as if it were connected to a landline.

The essence of Web'n'walk is our new DATA25 billing model. You get 25 Megabytes of wireless internet and pay nine euros, which is about 14 US dollars.

Not very interesting if you ask me...

4 Comments:

Blogger Mitchell Rusk said...

Well, All I can say is, we need cheaper plans. I have to pay almost as much as my unlimited internet at home, as I do for limited internet on my Tapwave Zodiac!

4:09 AM  
Anonymous Jelmer / Jempen said...

Not Very interesting??
Damn we pay a lot more than that in the Netherlands.

We have got a carrier who sell EDGE for 30 euro's a month and 1 gig of fair use policy per month.

This is interesting!

7:16 PM  
Blogger Tam Hanna said...

Hi Jelmer,
more than one gig for thitry euros?
Thirty euros get me six hundred megs here in best case...
Best regards
Tam Hanna

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