> Hmmm...that's quite a bit more than I had intended paying for such a
> device. A local Eircell dealer says that ready-to-go phones
> (like mine)
> won't "do" Internet access either. But if a normal modem only
> dials into a
> normal phone number, then I can't see any problems using a
> mobile phone to
> do the same thing, unless the mobile's audio bandwidth is
> insufficient (or
what you probably want is a Nokia phone + the data cable for £30 (URL
mentioned in gnokii thread) + gnokii, http://multivac.fatburen.org/gnokii/.
gnokii intends to allow a supported nokia phone to emulate a modem. And so
you could dial in to your ISP with your mobile.
However, mobile phones are currently limited to 9600bps iirc, and call
charges are dead expensive.
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