I've heard two different stories on this today so I want to get clarification.
If I want to do the $69.99 450 Min. Any Mobile, Anytime plan with a Windows Mobile device like the Touch Pro 2 and I want to do full Microsoft Exchange Activesync over the air to the device (for over the air synchronization of contacts, calendar, email, etc.) is there an add-on fee?
I've been told today that it is included but then a customer service rep told me it is a $20 additional charge.
Can anyone clarify this?
According to Sprint's web site it included unlimited data which would be exchange sync if only they offered an HD2 so you could read your e-mail on a nice big display!
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Yea, that's what I was looking at but in the detail description it talks about using OWA or a desktop redirector, not direct connect to Exchange for full sync.
Many are using EAS on various devices. I have it on the Pre. The Everything Data will work with no add on
JLEW - don't worry - data is data as far as OWA, OMA, pop, imap or activsync or browsing the web or even using remote desktop.
Correct - bits is bits. You're not on the Big Red V anymore.
The $20 add on was an ancient addon when we first came out with Windows Mobile smartphones. (wow - that was *years* ago) The Everything Data plans really cover all data. Mail. Calendar. Notes. ToDo items. They're all just bits. Pictures, webpages, music. Apps, games, movies, streaming radio from KLIV-AM. Just bits.
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Oh, side note - you are going to *love* the TP2. That is one smokin nice phone. Big, fast, bright. No need for a netbook with one of those.
The $20 charge you may have been quoted earlier could have been regarding Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) on the Blackberry devices. That is currently still a $20 add-on if you require it, but that is only if your company is using a BES server and you are getting a Blackberry. Otherwise the Everything Data plans cover every other device including Windows Mobile, and Blackberry Internet Service (BIS) for all other Blackberry users.