Unlimited Data Question

Kyled8888@gmail.com

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So, we'll get unlimited data, of course, but does this still use minutes? Like, if it's Peak hours and I'm out and about, and I go to a website will it use up my precious few 450 minutes?
 

Ranged30

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So, we'll get unlimited data, of course, but does this still use minutes? Like, if it's Peak hours and I'm out and about, and I go to a website will it use up my precious few 450 minutes?
No data is completely separate. Your minutes are for voice calls only.
 

bizzy045

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So, we'll get unlimited data, of course, but does this still use minutes? Like, if it's Peak hours and I'm out and about, and I go to a website will it use up my precious few 450 minutes?
no..internet usage has nothing to do with the number of minutes u have. u will be able to surf the web all u want.
 

wjp09

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What do you guys think about downloads? How do you think the iPhone will handle those?
 

bizzy045

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What do you guys think about downloads? How do you think the iPhone will handle those?
unlimited..there are no restrictions here...u can use the web all u want...
 

Diviant

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However, there will most likely be (as with all cell phones) a maximum file download size, so as to prevent you from downloading huge files onto your phone for transfer to your PC, etc.
 

TrippalHealicks

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Just read something interesting....might be obvious to others....no web-browsing while in a conversation, unless you're on WiFi. AWESOME!
 

Spin This!

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I've been reading some of the speculated developer notes... there's no file uploading in Safari which probably means there's no file downloading either--unless it's in one of the "approved" formats. You'll probably be able to play it in the webpage but won't be able to save for future access or dumping to a computer.