I have had my ATT Tilt for 6 months. It's amazing at all it can do. The software is very easy to understand and it's very easy to sync it with your pc. The battery stays charged for me almost all day but seems you would use yours quite a bit more than I do. I think you would be very impressed with it. I have been a customer of their cell phone service for about 12-15 years. ATT has high quality customer service and calls are handled in the US. They will work with you on the appropriate package. I believe you have 30 days to return it if you are not satisfied with it. Good Luck PacVol
I'm looking for my first smartphone and would like some advice/feedback based on the following areas:
1. Email. I'll need convenient access to my email (individual accounts, not corporate) accounts--one Google Mail, and two others (both POP3 accounts, though one I always check via the web). Are there smartphone's out there that easily handle multiple accounts? That are convenient for accessing email via web?
2. Contact/calendar integration. I'm looking for a smartphone that conveniently integrates calendar and contact/address book information. For example, I'd like to be able to input an appointment with a client into the calendar, then be able to access the client's contact info (phone, email) with a single touch on the appointment in the calendar view. Any recommendations for smartphones with this functionality?
3. Expense/client tracking. I'm a consultant, so I've got both expenses and client information (date, duration of call, client notes, etc.) that I need to track. Does anybody have experience with a good application for this purpose? Is this application device-specific or 3rd party and available for many?
4. Syncing. I'd like to sync all of the above on my PC. I run Windows 2000 Professional (ancient, I know...) so I'm looking for a smartphone that is compatible with this older operating system. I don't run Outlook, but could shift to it if necessary for email sync with the smartphone.
Finally, I'm open to considering ATT, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon (I've checked and all seem to have decent voice coverage in my area), so the device may drive the selection of the carrier.
All help is much appreciated!