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Is this a new Verizon's Voice + Data Plan ?

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June 13, 2005 3:36:13 AM

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From Verizon's site under "National Access"

If you spend an average amount of time on
your wireless phone and the Internet, these
plans offer good value. Starting at just $35
per month, you get an airtime allowance
that can be used for both wireless Internet
access and domestic calling. There are
no domestic long distance or domestic
roaming charges coast to coast.

Still no details on the web site on how many
minutes of voice or data you get for $35.
Anonymous
a b F Wireless
June 13, 2005 3:36:14 AM

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Then how do you know it's a good value?




meow@meow.com wrote:
> From Verizon's site under "National Access"
>
> If you spend an average amount of time on
> your wireless phone and the Internet, these
> plans offer good value. Starting at just $35
> per month, you get an airtime allowance
> that can be used for both wireless Internet
> access and domestic calling. There are
> no domestic long distance or domestic
> roaming charges coast to coast.
>
> Still no details on the web site on how many
> minutes of voice or data you get for $35.
Anonymous
a b F Wireless
June 13, 2005 3:36:14 AM

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meow@meow.com wrote:
> From Verizon's site under "National Access"
>
> If you spend an average amount of time on
> your wireless phone and the Internet, these
> plans offer good value. Starting at just $35
> per month, you get an airtime allowance
> that can be used for both wireless Internet
> access and domestic calling. There are
> no domestic long distance or domestic
> roaming charges coast to coast.
>
> Still no details on the web site on how many
> minutes of voice or data you get for $35.

Older plans, been around for at least a year, however, they are not on the
website anymore, there are no free evening and weekends, and there is no
mobile-2-mobile/in.
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June 13, 2005 8:02:37 AM

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meow@meow.com wrote in news:s7hpa192e429mrh5auafqvp9lgjdg11uso@4ax.com:

>
> From Verizon's site under "National Access"
>
> If you spend an average amount of time on
> your wireless phone and the Internet, these
> plans offer good value. Starting at just $35


This sounds like the plan I just moved off of for my Aircard. I find
that VZW is making it more and more difficult to find details about
different plans and features and this is an example. Some of the
options were as follows:

$35 for 150 minutes
$55 for 400 minutes
$75 for 600 minutes
$100 for 900 minutes
-- all minutes could be used for
NA, Q2N or Voice calls,
with no roaming charges

$99 for Unlimited Access
NA connections only
Q2N or Voice cost per minute
(later reduced to $79 and
(currently at $59)

I can't find these listed anywhere on their site any more, but, they are
still available.







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J O E L
June 13, 2005 8:06:21 AM

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You can wait until Monday morning and call Verizon
at 1-800-2-JOIN IN (800-256-4646) to sign up or get
additional information. I was just hoping to get some
feedback from somebody who has already called.

On 12 Jun 2005 19:17:54 -0700, pcw@ureach.com wrote:
>Then how do you know it's a good value?

>meow@meow.com wrote:
>> From Verizon's site under "National Access"
>>
>> If you spend an average amount of time on
>> your wireless phone and the Internet, these
>> plans offer good value. Starting at just $35
>> per month, you get an airtime allowance
>> that can be used for both wireless Internet
>> access and domestic calling. There are
>> no domestic long distance or domestic
>> roaming charges coast to coast.
>>
>> Still no details on the web site on how many
>> minutes of voice or data you get for $35.
Anonymous
a b F Wireless
June 15, 2005 6:42:39 PM

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On 13 Jun 2005 04:02:37 GMT, Joel wrote:

>This sounds like the plan I just moved off of for my Aircard. I

>...

> -- all minutes could be used for
> NA, Q2N or Voice calls,
> with no roaming charges

How do you do voice using a wireless card on your computer?
June 18, 2005 7:20:15 PM

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"Philip R. Mann" <prmlaw@NOSPAMnyc.rr.com> wrote in
news:cezynjalpeepbz.ii52n30.pminews@news.individual.net:

>
> How do you do voice using a wireless card on your computer?

There's a headset jack on the card - you need to be using that. The dialer
software switches between data and voice and you get an onscreen telephone
dialpad (like on the Treo) while in Voice mode.


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