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Old 02-13-2011, 05:05 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by bamazav View Post
Coop is correct. As I understand, both Verizon and At&t offer a service for ipads. It allows you to access wireless 3g anywhere you can pick up a cell tower. The Ipad also has a wifi card built in so that you can use the standard wifi at home or at a local wifi hotspot.

Keep in mind. the Ipad is just a supercharged iphone/ipod touch. You are limited to apps developed for it, which can make some productivity programs tough to find. I would also advise, if you type a lot, to purchase the wireless folding keyboard, as the screen can get clumsy if you have to do a lot of typing.
Thanks Bam. I've used one before. I primarily need it for email and video uploads. I don't need much typing on the road.

I use Verizon for my celly. Maybe they can hook me up.
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