- Jul 20, 2006
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I was looking on Apple's website, and it said that the iPhone supports Wi-fi. Does that mean that I would be able to use a wireless internet connection to connect to the internet on my phone?
actually, what my real question was: if I'm using a wireless network, such as the one at my school, will that go towards my cingular data plan, or will it be free for me, because wireless internet at my school is free? or will I have to increase my data plan?
They (AT&T) have mentioned that they're likely going to require an unlimited plan...i really hope they're joking.
an unlimited plan is only $20. I know you can use other cingular smart phones as a modem for your macbook. your phone almost always has signal. you can use the phone as a "router" for about $70 a month.
Darn. I thought it was a smart phone.The $20 plan is not for PDA's which the iPhone will fall under. The PDA unlimited is $40.