Is there a way to get the gps on my vodafone smart 858 (Huawei U8160) working with some maps without a data plan ?
I know some other mobile phones can do this, I have a 4gb sd card in my phone.
Vodafone UK has come up with a new twist for potential buyers of smartphones on their network. Dubbed Vodafone Red Hot, users sign up for a pair of 12-month contracts. The first is for a typical data plan that includes unlimited voice and text and up to 2GB of data. The second contract is to “hire” the device you select.
Hello everyone. Lots of great informative info here. I am with AT@T and have an older Nokia non smart phone with a $10.00 per month unlimited data plan
which I roughly use around 350mb per month. I was considering getting a G I5500 unlocked phone and need to know if they will detect it and do you think they will alter my data plan? thanks in advance
Launch of new mobile plan by Vodafone NZ with a huge differential between on-net and off-net calling rates has led the NZ Commerce Commission to reverse an earlier decision. It now says that mobile termination rates - the prices mobile operators charge other telcos for delivery of calls to their customers' phones - should be regulated.
I'm thinking about getting a samsung galaxy player and being able to use maps fully without a data plan is going to be the deciding factor. it has a built in gps but i dont know if that matters with maps since i think its internet based. so my question is will i be able to fully use maps even though i dont have data but do have a gps receiver?
Help! Too much information out there - hard to sift thru it. I have an unlocked T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S phone. I currently have an unlimited data plan with T-mobile here in the states. Going to Australia and would like to use my phone without charges. Can I use a local prepaid SIM card for local calling only (no data plan) and use WiFi as I find it to do my Internet stuff?