I have a friend in Uganda who uses a similar setup...9600 speed using a
nokia 6110 and gets full access to the internet through a dial-up to the
ISP. Can be slow at times when downloading large files but it works.. I will
find out what the monthly costs are.
Niall Murphy wrote:
> > > As far as I am aware GSM can do something like 2400bps.
> > I've heard up to 9600, with a claim of 14,400 with compression
> > (Motorola). But those claims are from manufacturers.
> > > I'd like to hear from anyone, anywhere who does email via GSM.
> I use a Nokia 6110 with data connectivity running at 9600bps into my ISP
> with great success. Compression can push it a bit, but 9600 works fine.
> I connect using dial-up into an analog port at my ISP - normal modem
> handshake. I open a PPP TCP/IP link over the connection, and have full
> Internet access.
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