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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dapopa9, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. dapopa9

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    I have been a long time T-mobile customer but now thinking about switching to Verzion and need help.

    In signing up with Verzion on the website, selecting the Moto Droid, i'm presented with two data plan options:


    1. Unlimited Corporate Email & Web for Smartphones (business & personal email) - $44.99/month
    2. Unlimited Email & Web for Smartphones (personal email) - $29.99/month


    Besides the $15 fee is there actually a difference in service?

    Does it actually block ActiveSync from running if I sign-up for the $29.99?

    Can I sign-up for the $29.99 and connect to my personal Exchange server via ActiveSync?


    thanks for the help!
     

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  2. Inphosys

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    Exchange ActiveSync works just fine with the $29.99 package. EAS runs over HTTPS (port 443) and this isn't blocked in that package. This package does block some ports, but I'm not exactly certain which ones. It hasn't stopped me from doing anything yet! :)
     
  3. Redflea

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    Yup - the $29 package is all you need for Exchange Active Sync...
     

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