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  1. daviddivad

    daviddivad Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hello, I will be preordering the incredible tomorrow, but I am coming over from a blackberry. When I upgrade, do I have to choose the data plan and pay the extra money to get my corporate email hooked up?
     

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  2. dvdivx

    dvdivx Well-Known Member

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    If you order on the corporate employee discount site you can either order personal or business data. The business data plan is 44.99 w/o discount and includes push email and some other stuff.

    Unlimited Corporate Email & Web for Smartphones (business & personal email)

    Get unlimited access to the Internet and your corporate and personal email accounts.

    • Get access to corporate email using Wireless Sync, Exchange Active Sync, IBM Lotus Notes Traveler or Good Mobile Messaging.
    • Check and send personal emails when you’re out and about.
    • Enjoy unlimited Internet access.
    Compare your Smartphone data options:
    Personal
    Email Corporate
    Email Unlimited
    Internet Access Monthly
    Charge Unlimited Data
    Usage for
    Smartphone Included


    Included


    Included


    $44.99


    Email & Web for
    Smartphone Included

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    Included

    $29.99
     
  3. Smartphone

    Smartphone Well-Known Member

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    I had an Eris and the Verizon store tried hooking me up with the corporate data plan for $44.99. After they did some research, they came back and told me that the personal plan was fine for my Exchange server to push email to my phone. Sure enough, I signed up on the personal data plan for $29.99 and my push email did work from my Exchange server. I happened to use a program called Touchdown which was pretty good. I am actually hoping that the 2.1 has some improvements that will make Touchdown unnecessary.
     
  4. TheSultan

    TheSultan Well-Known Member

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    I use a "consumer" data plan and have full access to my Exchange mail, contacts and calendar.
     
  5. gobluejd

    gobluejd GOBLUE! VIP Member

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    Check out my website....It may help you..

    Blackberry to Android

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  6. coolbone

    coolbone Well-Known Member

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    Don't tell the sales rep at vzw or else you'll get hit with another $15/mo "exchange support" fee. You don't need it because the consumer $30/mo does the same thing.
     
  7. appleaj

    appleaj Well-Known Member

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    True story. When I bought my BlackBerry, the Verizon guy got me to get the $45/month data plan since I said I'd be getting my college e-mail from an exchange server, but now I find out that the $30/month plan would do what I need as well. . . :mad:
     

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