AT&T Shares Details of iPhone 3G Text Accessibility Plan for Customers with Disabilities
New Rate Plan Includes Unlimited Internet and Messaging
Dallas, Texas, July 29, 2008
AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) announced today that the Text Accessibility Plan (TAP) for iPhone 3G will give customers with disabilities unlimited text messaging, Web browsing and easy access to e-mail for $50 per month. Customers with disabilities wishing to use enterprise email can sign up for a $65 per month plan that features unlimited messaging, data, and support for enterprise email with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync. Pay-per-use voice is included in both the consumer and enterprise TAP at $.40 per minute. Read the rest of this entry »
I find that there are several people that I text regularly from my Windows Mobile Smartphone.Â
Letâ€™s be honest, creating a new text message (SMS) on a Windows Mobile device can be quite annoying, to say the least.Â Think of all the steps you must perform before typing any textÂ into the message itself:Â (1) go to Messages, (2) select text messages, (3) press the right soft key, (4) select New Text Message, (5) press the [Enter] key to Add a recipient, (6) search for the correct recipient, (7) highlight the correct recipient, (8) press the left soft key to add the recipient to the text message; not to mention all the load time between all of these steps.
HOWEVER, THERE IS A BETTER WAY!!! Read the rest of this entry »
It is generally recommended that Code Factory customers install Mobile Speak for Smart Phones on the phoneâ€™s storage card rather than to its main/device memory.
If, for some reason, you neglected to do this the first time you installed the program, follow these steps to move the software from the phoneâ€™s main/device memory to its storage card: Read the rest of this entry »
I donâ€™t know about you but there are many items on my Samsung Blackjack 2 Smart Phone Start Menu that I either rarely or most likely will never use.Â Further, I would like to reorganize my Start Menu so that my most frequently use applications are at the top of the list rather than being two, or in some cases, three screens away.
Thanks to the magic of the Internet, I have discovered that I am not alone in my desire to customize my Blackjack 2 Start Menu.
Perform the following steps in order to modify your BJ2 Start Menu. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the nicest features of using a Windows Mobile Smart Phone is the ability to use various software applications, such as the web browser, during a call.Â
To do this: Read the rest of this entry »
This article is to inform those of you who may not know that when in a list item screen on your Windows Mobile Smart Phone, there is a better way to view more of the list than having to scroll down to the bottom of the screen and selecting â€œMoreâ€.Â Read the rest of this entry »
I am delighted to inform you that AT&T Wireless has finally activated its online phone-specific Quick Tips help page.
I strongly recommend that you confirm with your wireless provider that you have an unlimited data plan in place before using any mobile browser as data transfer charges will apply.
To launch the Quick Tips page: Read the rest of this entry »
This article discusses a feature of Mobile Internet Explorer for Smart Phones.Â Note, however, that the following may apply to other popular mobile web browsers as well.Â
As you surf the web using your mobile device, the browser creates a cache of previously visited web sites. Read the rest of this entry »
Just a quick note to let you know that there is now a mobile friendly version of the Mark Taylorâ€™s Candle Shore website.
Click HereÂ to visitÂ theÂ standard site.
However, from your mobile browser you may now go to:
Sometimes, although rarely, a mobile phone will completely freeze during normal operation or it may not correctly start or boot because of some incompatibility with a recently installed application.Â This restart failure may persist even after removing and reinserting the battery.Â Read the rest of this entry »