Verizon Wireless lets you get corporate e-mail without a smartphone

Verizon Wireless is now offering a corporate e-mail solution for customers with regular phones.

Verizon Wireless introduces RemoSync, a corporate e-mail solution for everyday phones.
Verizon Wireless introduces RemoSync, a corporate e-mail solution for everyday phones. Verizon Wireless

Previously, if you wanted access to your corporate e-mail, you needed to have a smartphone like a Palm, Windows Mobile, or BlackBerry device. Now Verizon Wireless is offering a direct push e-mail solution called RemoSync, which can be used on ordinary phones like the LG Chocolate and the Motorola Razr2 V9m. You do need to sign up for monthly access for $9.99 a month, but hopefully you can have your company expense that for you. The RemoSync application is especially configured for companies that use Microsoft Exchange Servers for e-mail, contacts, and calendars, and yes you can use it to sync up your contact and calendar information as well as your e-mails.

As for additional fees, if you are already signed up for the V Cast VPak, you are good to go. For those without a data plan, you will be charged for airtime or $1.99 per megabyte. RemoSync is currently available for these phones: LG VX9400, LG VX8700, LG Chocolate, LG enV(2), LG Venus, LG Voyager, Samsung Gleam, Samsung Flipshot, Samsung Alias, Motorola Razr Maxx VE, Motorola Razr2 V9m, Motorola Rizr Z6TV, and Motorola Z6c.

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