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Advice on using GPRS in the U.S?
I'm off to the U.S. soon. While I'm there I'm going to be travelling quite
a bit, and I'm thinking of
investing in a laptop and bluetooth tri-band mobile so that I can get on the
web (if somewhat slowly).
Has anyone had any experiance of using GPRS to get online in the US and if
so, how expensive is it?
Is there any special setup required?
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