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Nate the great
11-19-2007, 06:53 PM
I do not know that any of these will work with the Kindle, I just thought some members might be interested.

* ACL - Coverage in Malawi.
* ACS - Coverage in Alaska.
* Alegro PCS - Coverage in Ecuador.
* Alltel - coverage in 50 markets.
* Arobase Telecom - Coverage in Cote Divoire.
* Bayn - Coverage in Morocco.
* Belcell - Covergae in Belarus.
* Bell Mobility - Rev. A coverage in Canada. Sprint from USA roams EVDO on Bell Canada.
* Bourdex - coverage in Nigeria.
* Broadband Philippines - Coverage in the Philippines.
* Canar - Coverage in Sudan.
* Cellular One - Coverage in Bermuda.
* Cellular South - coverage in Mississippi, USA.
* CAT Telecom - Coverage in Thailand.
* Claro - Coverage in Puerto Rico.
* Embratel - coverage in São Paulo, Brazil.
* E-Phone - Coverage in Vietnam.
* esia- Coverage in Indonesia.
* G-Mobile - coverage in Mongolia.
* Haitel - Coverage in Haiti.
* HT Mobile - Coverage in Vietnam.
* ice Norway - Rev. A coverage in Norway.
* Iusacell - National Coverage in México (And it has EVDO roaming agreement with Sprint).
* KDDI - Coverage over Japan. Currently providing a Rev. A network, the first carrier to do so.
* KOU - Rev. A covergae in Estonia.
* Manitoba Telecom Services - coverage in Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.
* Mobile 8 Telecom - Coverage in Indonesia.
* Mobilis - coverage in Algeria
* Movicel - Coverage in Angola.
* Nordisk Mobiltelefon - coverage in Sweden.
* Pelephone - full roll out in Israel finished in 2005.
* PEOPLEnet - coverage in four major metropolitan areas in Ukraine. Was launched commercially in February 2007.
* SaskTel - coverage limited to Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
* Sferia - coverage in Poland.
* S-Fone - Coverage in Vietnam.
* Skylink - Coverage in Russia
* Sotelma - Coverage in Mali.
* Sprint - Rev. A branded as Power Vision and Mobile Broadband in the US and Puerto Rico.
* Starcomms - Rev. A coverage in Nigeria.
* Tatem - Rev. A coverage in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
* TELUS Mobility Rev. A coverage in Canada.
* Telecom New Zealand - Rev. A coverage in all major metropolitan areas and many other towns around New Zealand.
* Televõrk - Coverage in Estonia.
* Terracom - Coverage in Rwanda.
* U:fon - Rev. A coverage in the Czech Republic.
* Verizon Wireless - Rev. A branded as BroadbandAccess and V CAST.
* Wellcom - Coverage in Russia.
* Zantel - Coverage in Zanzibar, Tanzania.
* Zapp Mobile - Coverage in Portugal. Coverage in major cities and 87% of the area of Romania.

11-19-2007, 06:57 PM
I'm waiting for all the hacks. I'm with Verizon and can bluetooth my Samsung Q1 to my cell and use it as a modem.

Nate the great
11-19-2007, 07:15 PM
So am I. Have you looked at Chapter 6 (page 63) of the manual? It covers how to use the Kindle's web browser.

11-19-2007, 07:53 PM
It'll probably be similar to surfing with my Palm except in b&w and I won't have to find a hot spot.

11-20-2007, 11:09 AM
Telus in Canada I knew of, it's the company I use for cellular. I've checked with but there is nothing on Kindle yet but a book on it.