Shadowfixeruk, on Jan 14 2008, 14:17, said:
Just spoke to T-Mobile; it seems that i can't get HSDPA enabled on my priceplan - which is Flext 35 & WnW.... Seems that they are "unable" to add HSDPA to these plans... I started my contract around the end of October 07... what a PITA!
I sent Tmobile customer services an email the other day about HSDPA and WnW. Here was there reply:
Thanks for your email jayz1220, telling me that you're thinking of moving to T-Mobile and asking me if you would get HSDPA access with the £7.50 web 'n' walk bundle and also asking me if you would get Wifi access.
I'm happy to hear that you're thinking of joining T-Mobile. I understand your concern about HSDPA and Wifi access. I'm glad that you've sent me an email about this.
I'm pleased to tell you that you will receive HSDPA access with £7.50 web 'n' walk bundle. And you'll definitely get Wifi access.
You can sign up at the T-Mobile website for a pay monthly account that provides unlimited access to T-Mobile Hotspots in the UK.
You can use Mobile broadband speeds in any area which has 3G coverage T-Mobile currently support HSDPA speeds of up to 1.8 Mbps.
Access to HSDPA speeds is currently free on T-Mobile, however, you'll be charged based on the amount of data transferred (subject to Price plan and allowance). You must also have an HSDPA compatible phone to use the service.
I've checked 3G coverage in your area and I'm glad to tell you that the coverage is very good.
The T-Mobile HotSpot service is a public Wireless LAN (or WLAN) service that allows you to access the internet from public locations.
To use this service, you need a WiFI (802.11b) compatible laptop/PDA and a Hotspot voucher or subscription. Vouchers are purchased by Credit Card at the time of logging into the web at the Hotspot location, or can be purchased by SMS if you've a T-Mobile phone.
For more information on web 'n' walk, please click here.
Thanks again for your email jayz1220. I'm sure you'll find this information useful.
For any further queries, please feel free to reply to this email. I'll be happy to help you.
Sxxxxxxxa Mxxxn [PM me if you want the name]
Customer Services Email Team
So what do you guys think? Is that tmobile stating that there should be HSDPA access on new £7.50 WnW subscribers?