> service with a Nokia 6620 phone. I'm told that with CSD I can use my
> phone as a modem for my laptop and place a point-to-point data call to
> my ISP. Is that right?
> any regular dial up line suffice for the destination?
needs modem equipment to convert gsm-data to normal 9600 bps calls.
Your ISP does need to accept calls at those rates. Some have their
modems set up to reject calls at 'lower' speeds.
> dialup connection on my PC, but I'm afraid I don't know very much
> about cell phone technology.
Hayes commands to build a connection and dial your ISP. Your phone
will convert it to a gsm-data call. Cingular can have a different rate
for those calls and not count it against 'voice' minutes you may have.
Hope this helps in getting yourself connected,
Koos van den Hout
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