Excerpt: I would not even think about getting this phone, why you ask? It's not on the straight talk plan from Walmart. The deal i get with straight talk is simply too extraordinary for me to think of subscribing to a phone not on the service.
Summary: I got this thinking it had WiFi, well it doesn't. I read the specs on it and it mentioned that it is great to surf the net...just only through the phone service. It is a nice phone for the ones that are looking for a pocket PC type.
Excerpt: Don't get me wrong, the intended functionality of the 750 is great. I love the format of the Today screen, the ease navigating all the menus and functions without the stylus, the size is right, and the reset button is very easy to access...
Excerpt: i got a lot of questions regarding this phone. i just bought it last week and this is my first time to use a palm product, my questions are, first how to open the wifi? where can i open it so i could use the internet.
Excerpt: I've owned several PDA phones such as the Blackberry 7290, Palm TREO 650, Blackberry 8700, Cingular 8125, Cingular 8525, and now this one (Palm TREO 750). I am a road-warrior and travel Monday through Friday for work. I rely heavily on my gadgets to assist me in getting through the day.
Excerpt: I work for cingular---->at&t corporate sales. I have used both the 8525 and the treo 750, and I like the 750 hands down!!! The internet is pretty fast on both devices even if you aren't in a 3g area.
Summary: I've had this phone for over a year now and both love and hate it. Love things like the ability to connect to the Internet easily, get my work email and calendar. Love the text messaging too. You can see the previous message as you reply. Nice touch that. Keyboards pretty good as well.
Summary: In essence this is a good product it does all the things it says on the box, but there is a but: 1. Battery Life: 1 and a half batteries a day. I use this phone for work and there is no way you can get through a full day with one battery, so you will have to have 2. 2.