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web2go (tzones) hack

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29th August 2009, 08:49 PM   |  #1  
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Ok... I've been looking for two days now and am unable to find a good answer. Will the Dash 3G allow for using the standard web2go internet as I was able to on my first Dash (read: the ability to surf and/or use email)? I'm not looking to pay the "smartphone" plan/price if I don't have to. My Dash works great, but my 3g won't... why?
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29th August 2009, 10:03 PM   |  #2  
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Ok... I've been looking for two days now and am unable to find a good answer. Will the Dash 3G allow for using the standard web2go internet as I was able to on my first Dash (read: the ability to surf and/or use email)? I'm not looking to pay the "smartphone" plan/price if I don't have to. My Dash works great, but my 3g won't... why?

Why should it? How about you stop ripping off my service provider and forcing me to pay higher bills to cover the bandwidth you steal?
31st August 2009, 02:15 AM   |  #3  
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I'm sure it will work, as it works on all phones, even my iphone.
My question is...
Does it get tmobile 3G speeds?
2nd September 2009, 05:54 PM   |  #4  
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Why should it? How about you stop ripping off my service provider and forcing me to pay higher bills to cover the bandwidth you steal?

I'm sure your service provider will always charge more when they can. Why do you thing it costs me $20 for 2 lines for unlimited sms and mms when the bandwidth they use will never go up.
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I'm sure your service provider will always charge more when they can. Why do you thing it costs me $20 for 2 lines for unlimited sms and mms when the bandwidth they use will never go up.

Thats not the point now is it.
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I've done the hack too. It saves money. But when I upgraded to the $$85 unlimited voice plan for 2 lines they made me get rid of it.
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