Help me get the most out of my mobile internet!
October 13, 2010 5:04 PM   Subscribe

I recently upgraded my (De-branded Nokia 6301 with T-Mobile service) dumbphone's service to include unlimited internet, to handle all my messaging and data needs on the go for the same price as what I was spending on text messages. What are the best (preferably free) apps and websites that will work on this simple a phone? Also, are there any MP3 players/PDAs like the iPod touch that can access the mobile internet on the phone via DUN easily?

From what I read, the iPod Touch can technically do it, but it involves Jailbreaking and apps and doesn't work very reliably.

For the record, I know about Gmail and Google Voice. I'm using both of them to fill the void left behind by text messaging. I also know that Facebook's mobile website works well on the phone.

Oddly enough, I find the T-mobile-branded browser (T-zones) works with more websites than even the most recent version of Opera Lite.

Also, is there a simple way to make the phone vibrate whenever I get a new text message via Google Voice? I could have it vibrate every time I get a new email (I get an email every time I get an SMS), but I get a lot of newsletters and stuff I'd really rather not be informed about. As far as I can tell, there's no J2ME app for Google Voice. But that's not important, as I've used Google Voice with my cellphone for a while without any internet or apps for a while. And I will probably just have it go off for every email.
posted by mccarty.tim to Technology (1 answer total)
Have you checked out the howardForums wiki on Tmobile?
posted by pwnguin at 7:25 PM on October 13, 2010

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