1. t i z j o n's Avatar
    I'm a tmobile customer and if I was to connect my 8320 wifi (no data plan) to my internet router at home and then signed on Jivetalk using the wifi version, would the instant messenges on Jivetalk still be charged as text messages? Cause I was talking to a tmobile representative and he said that the instant messages will still be charged as text messages...does anyone know for sure?
    03-16-08 06:16 PM
  2. sunkast's Avatar
    If you ask me that guy you were talking to is clueless. JiveTalk doesn't even use text messaging to begin with. Using it over wifi is free.
    03-16-08 06:24 PM
  3. t i z j o n's Avatar
    oh okays..yeah I wasn't too sure. At first I thought it was free cause Jivetalk only uses data, but after i called tmobile..they made me doubt lol. Thanks Alot for the reply =)
    03-16-08 09:51 PM
  4. user0011's Avatar
    Yeah; the 'highly trained' CSRs.

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    03-16-08 11:12 PM
  5. -sandman-'s Avatar
    wow...totally on JiveTalk (AIM) over WiFi (no data)....

    Pretty cooooooL...

    FYI: As of right now I have just DL'ed the 30-day trial version....we'll see how this goes....
    03-17-08 08:54 PM