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    When is this coming out? This teaser has been on Viaero's website for many months.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frasch
    New data speed/packages will begin around January, along with 4-5 new phones by x-mas. Also including touch screen and full keyboard!!
    At this time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frasch
    At this time...
    What do you mean???

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    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_0 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7A341 Safari/528.16)

    Sorry for the miscommunication!! The SNAP plan is out now company-wide. Rates start as low ad $29.99-$49.99. The $49.99 plan has everything unlimited except for roaming fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frasch
    the speeds nows are around 2-2.5 mbps on the phones, starting around January the speeds will increase to 3.0-4.0 mbps depending on the phone, so a true 3G speed upgrade. As of the new phone data packages, dont know for sure if they will change the pricing on the rates or not, but it was mentioned with no further details. sorry
    What are the real speeds on the data cards/fixed wireless units? I currently have Alltel that gets 1.5 on a good day, but many evenings drags at around 200k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frasch
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    Sorry for the miscommunication!! The SNAP plan is out now company-wide. Rates start as low ad $29.99-$49.99. The $49.99 plan has everything unlimited except for roaming fees.
    Do you have a list of available SNAP Plans and their features?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A42887
    Do you have a list of available SNAP Plans and their features?
    Yes, do you have a link? The teaser page is all I can see on the website.

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    OK, Cant put up a picture of the Program due to the size of it. We dont have anything web related on it yet. So here is the program word for word and the prices as well. Here we go!!:

    SNAP 1 - $29.99
    -Unlimited local calling
    -Unlimited Colorado/Nebraska in-state calling while on the Viaero home network
    *Roaming not availible on this plan

    SNAP 2 - $34.95
    -Unlimited local calling
    -Unlimited long distance (US/Canada)
    -Unlimited calling features (caller ID, Call waiting, call forwarding, 3-way calling)

    SNAP 3 - $39.95
    -Unlimited local calling
    -Unlimited long distance (US/Canada)
    -Unlimited calling features (caller ID, Call waiting, call forwarding, 3-way calling)
    -Unlimited US text messaging
    -Unlimited voice mail access

    SNAP 4 - $49.95
    -Unlimited local calling
    -Unlimited long distance (US/Canada)
    -Unlimited calling features (caller ID, Call waiting, call forwarding, 3-way calling)
    -Unlimited US text messaging
    -Unlimited voice mail access
    - Mobile web
    -Unlimited US picture messaging

    All of these plans have an additional $12.00 in tax per month. You pay this once per month, so its set up like a post-paid plan. For all the plans except SNAP 1 you can add roaming to the phone. So if you travel out side of the local area you will be covered. What ever you dont use in roaming will carry over to next months bill.

    Roaming Fees Include:
    $.35/min
    send/receive txt message $.20/message
    Call Mexico to mobile phone - $.35/min and Landline phone - $.10/min

    Hope this helps!

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    Is it just the Ericsson W35 that also acts as a WiFi router for the Fixed plan? And what kind of speeds would I expect internet wise as of now on that device?

    TIA

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    Correct the W35 unit is the only unit that we have now that acts as a router. That unit will pull speeds up too 512K and average about 256K right now. In January that will change and will be at least 1.5 mbps all day long. My iphone pulls up to 500k - 1.5 mbps all day as of now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frasch
    Correct the W35 unit is the only unit that we have now that acts as a router. That unit will pull speeds up too 512K and average about 256K right now. In January that will change and will be at least 1.5 mbps all day long. My iphone pulls up to 500k - 1.5 mbps all day as of now.
    So, will there be a different unit by January, or will that be the go-to unit for home internet?

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    I figured the network was getting an overhaul, I just wondered if there would be a new device out by January besides that one.
    Last edited by avenue; 02-11-2010 at 09:58 PM.

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    I just saw an ad for the LG Cookie from Viaero. Neat phone, but the specs I've seen show it only handles EDGE. Is there a chance you'll get in a version that's 3G (like the KC910 Renoir)?

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    More than likely not. What we would probably do is once we get the phone in and the network changes speeds then we would send updates to the phone to update the network settings. From there we would be able to see if would handle the new network speeds or if it still has to use the EDGE speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frasch
    More than likely not. What we would probably do is once we get the phone in and the network changes speeds then we would send updates to the phone to update the network settings. From there we would be able to see if would handle the new network speeds or if it still has to use the EDGE speeds.
    Do you have anything on that phone, like a model #, pricing, etc? I don't see it on the website yet. It appears a google search shows they did upgrade that phone for 3G, it just depends on how you spell cookie in a google search.

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