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Old 01-11-2006, 07:46 PM   #1
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Most road warriors today either carry a notebook, a PDA or a smartphone. These devices cost a lot of money so it is quite difficult for most folks to be mobile always. The most people can go is to access WAP sites using their mobile phones. Unfortunately, WAP sites are very limited and not to forget, telcos charge an arm and a leg for data access outside of their portals. I just wish that they give you an unlimited and free package during off-peak hours. This will surely encourage the masses to go online even by just browsing WAP sites.



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