Question about streaming over cell phone

Discussion in 'Mobile & Wireless' started by TX WJ, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. TX WJ

    TX WJ Intelligent Donkey

    I have a Sprint Phone with unlimited data, does this mean I can stream for free?

    I was listening to "The Ticket" (Sports Radio from Dallas) today plugged into my car aux jack, it was great.

    Can I still get calls while streaming?

    Can I still get emails?

    Can I still get text?

  2. semipenguin

    semipenguin Cheeseburger Connoisseur

    I have Sprint Unlimited Plan for $99.00. You can do just about anything that your phone will let you do under that plan. I think there might be a few Sprint TV things that you have to pay for, but other then that, unlimited is unlimited. Unlimited Call, Text, and E-mails. You should have to pay extra to stream anything else...:)

    BTW, what phone do you use to stream?...:)

    [ame=]YouTube - Sprint[/ame]
  3. TX WJ

    TX WJ Intelligent Donkey


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  4. semipenguin

    semipenguin Cheeseburger Connoisseur

    Nifty. Have fun with that...:)

    You should be able to do just about everything with that phone...:)
  5. Musicologist

    Musicologist Member

    If you're talking about streaming the Sirius channels that are offered through Sprint, there is an additional monthly charge which is NOT included in your "Everything" plan.

    Yes, your calls will come through while the music is streaming. Your phone should mute the music automatically when a call comes in, then resume it after you hang up.
  6. drowe

    drowe New Member

    You can also hop over to and get a copy of siriuswm5 to play sirius and (I think) best of XM.
  7. devicemanager

    devicemanager Member

    I have the same phone, it does everything and as long as you have the unlimitted data plan you can stream all day long or until the battery runs out. Get the windows mobile 6.1 update if you dont have it already...
  8. where can one find 6.1 ? I have 6.0.
  9. riskybzns

    riskybzns Well-Known Member

    more than likely on the manufactures website.

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