From Nova Media:
Mobile High Speed configures your Palm OS device for 3G UMTS, EDGE, GPRS wireless online connections in a few clicks and supports most mobile phones and network operators worldwide. Mobile High Speed is an Internet connection software, which has already stored all information needed to go online with most mobile network carriers and nearly all mobile phones by Motorola, Nokia, Philips, Siemens, SonyEricsson with either infrared or Bluetooth port. Mobile High Speed supports most network operators worldwide capable of 3G UMTS, EDGE, and GPRS connections. In addition to 3G UMTS, EDGE, and GPRS connections SMS and Tap-Dialing are supported for most phone models.
Version 5.3.5 adds support for more devices and network providers.
The application is exceptionally easy to use and very, very effective. This is one of those rare things that enhances the funtionality of both the Palm and the mobile phone. The level of service they provided to me was exceptional, well beyond any reasonable expectation. I can use my Palm T5 and Sony-E z800i to browse ADSL speed internet via the 3 network (3G) while on the tram to work. Palm help still asks "what''s 3G". Buy this product it works and is well supported.
A great program! MoHiSp will connect your Palm to most GSM handsets, even those without functional Palm OS drivers (a list is on Nova Media's web page.) Since 4/2005, I have been using MoHiSp to connect a Palm TT3 to Motorola's V551 or V547. Palm still does not have working drivers for newer Moto's. MoHiSp also automates GPRS network access. I have been able to connect (using local SIM cards in the U.S. and in Europe) to Cingular US Media (subscriber), T-Mobile Germany - Xtra Card (prepaid), T-Mobile Czech - Twist (prepaid), and Oskar-Vodafone Czech - using either subscriber or prepaid (Oskarta) SIMs. You can send SMSs, surf the net (subject to limitations by the carrier) and e-mail through VersaMail or Eudora (to send, you need to know and enter the SMTP server for the operator.) Also, MoHiSp sets the network access correctly to internet rather than WAP. WAP can cost up to 20 times more per kB. Downsides Updates can lag carrier changes or new phones. MoHiSp has a Custom network setting but you start from scratch - you cannot gleam or modify their network or phone settings. And you cannot reload MoHiSp to a replacement Palm because the thug who stole yours owns the license: it is hardware-keyed. You have to e-mail Nova Media. In my experience, they are responsive and accommodating yet the process still takes time. There should be a way to reassign the license to another device on-line, similar to Parker-in-your-Palm's. Still, don't leave home without MoHiSp on your Palm!
Three mobile phone supplier provided no support at all for the Zire72 palm operating system. Niether did SonyEricsson provide drivers yet? This product work first time no glitches, well documented and easy to use. Their after sales support was immediate and correct. Great product which I have now used on 2 SE phones
I am the owner of a T3 and a Sony Ericsson phone. I had upgraded the phone in December of last year and lost my connectivity. I searched and searched and found no answers to my problem. Palm couldn't help, Sony Ericsson couldn't help. I demo'd this program.... problem solved. I'd been without connectivity for nine months and that easy, the problem was solved. The email support was equally attentive. Great company and even better program. Thank you....