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Pay As You Go Camera Phones





pay as you go camera phones






    camera phones
  • A mobile phone incorporating a digital camera

  • A camera phone is a mobile phone which is able to capture either still photographs or video. Since early in the 21st century the majority of cameras and of mobile phones in use are camera phones. Most camera phones are simpler than separate digital cameras.

  • (Camera Phone (song)) "Camera Phone" is the fourth single from The Game's third album, LAX.http://www.sohh.com/2008/11/the_game_adds_kevin_conno.html . The song features R&B singer Ne-Yo. The song was produced by Cool & Dre. It appears as a bonus track on the deluxe edition of the album only.





    pay
  • give: convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, etc.; bestow; "Don't pay him any mind"; "give the orders"; "Give him my best regards"; "pay attention"

  • give money, usually in exchange for goods or services; "I paid four dollars for this sandwich"; "Pay the waitress, please"

  • The money paid to someone for regular work

  • wage: something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings"











pay as you go camera phones - Samsung a197




Samsung a197 Prepaid GoPhone (AT&T) with $15 Airtime Credit


Samsung a197 Prepaid GoPhone (AT&T) with $15 Airtime Credit



This entry-level clamshell GSM phone is similar to the A167, but adds Bluetooth. Other key features include an external display, VGA still camera, MMS, and downloadable games and content.

Offering a compact, flip form factor, the Samsung a197 brings a nice balance of features and design to your fingertips. The a197 lets you check your Yahoo! Mail, AOL and Windows Live accounts so you can read and respond to tidings from friends and jokes from your aunt. And you can chat with your friends without having to speak a word via instant messaging services--all you need is a Yahoo! Messenger, AOL or Windows Live account.

The Samsung a197 also features a VGA camera for still photos, Bluetooth for hands-free communication, speakerphone, USB connectivity, and up to 6 hours of talk time.

Pay As You Go with GoPhone
With AT&T's GoPhone pay-as-you-go service, you get all the benefits of wireless without the surprises--no long-term contracts, credit checks, or deposits. You can easily refill your minutes via prepaid cards or the Internet, or choose to prepay each month and roll over unused minutes.
You can choose from a variety of plans that suit your individual needs--including monthly and daily plans with unlimited talk and text messaging as well as a simple per-minute plan. And with Rollover Balance, you can carry over your unused account balance when you refill before your balance expires, up to the account maximum (learn more below).
Key Features
EDGE data connectivity with average data speeds between 75-135Kbps--fast enough to support a range of data services including full picture messaging, Internet access, and e-mail on the go.
1.37-inch internal display (128 x 160 pixels, 65K color depth)
External monochrom screen displays incoming calls, current time and date, signal strength, and battery life.
Standard alpha-numeric keypad with backlit keys
VGA camera for still photos with 4x digital zoom
Bluetooth connectivity (version 2.0) includes profiles for communication headset and hands-free car kits.
128 MB internal memory (non-expandable)
Mobile Web: Check local weather, your team scores or movie listings with just a few clicks.
Text messaging: You can text message to other wireless phones and e-mail addresses.
Instant messaging: Chat in real-time using your favorite instant messenger provider such as AIM, Yahoo! or Messenger.
Mobile e-mail: Access to personal e-mail including AOL, Yahoo!, Windows Live (data charges apply)
T9 predictive text entry
Organizer tools including calendar, alarm clock, calculator, and voice memo
Airplane mode allows you to listen to music while the cellular connectivity is turned off
Predictive text for fast typing
Hearing Aid (HAC) rating M3/T4
Vital Statistics
The Samsung a197 weighs 2.68 ounces and measures 3.78 x x 1.85 x 0.75 inches. Its 800 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 6 hours of talk time, and up to 300 hours (12.5 days) of standby time. It runs on the 850/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE frequencies.
What's in the Box
Samsung a197 handset, rechargeable battery, charger, operating instructions, GoPhone SIM card





AT&T GoPhone Service
GoPhone logo
AT&T's pay-as-you-go GoPhone plans are wireless plans made easy, simply pay in advance for what you need. No long-term contracts, credit checks, or surprise bills--just all the benefits of wireless, with no complications. In addition, AT&T's Rollover Balance feature lets you carry over your unused account balance when you purchase refill minutes before your balance expires.
Other great GoPhone features include no long distance or roaming fees across AT&T's national service area, the ability to track usage via text messages with an updated balance after each call, and the ability to refill your minutes 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. You can also choose to add international long distance for calling to over 50 countries (including Mexico landlines and Canada) for just $10 for 250 minutes. And you can cancel any time without penalty.
GoPhone Plan Options
$50 Monthly Unlimited Plan includes unlimited talk, text (both U.S. and internationally), and access to Internet data and web browsing (smartphone users must purchase a separate data package).
$25 Monthly Plan includes 250 minutes of talk time, unlimited text messages, and international texting at 25? per message. Data and mobile web browsing is charged per use, or you can buy a package.
$2 Unlimited Daily Talk & Text is a good plan for those who do not use their phone every day, and data packages can be added. It's charged ONLY on days when the phone is used to make or receive a voice call (including a call to voice mailbox), use IM, or send a text or picture/video/sound message. Data is charged per use, or via a package.
Per Minute enables you to make phone calls at just 10? a minute--perfect for those looking to use their phone very infrequently or for emergencies. You can also send texts at 20? per message (25? per international message), or choose a monthly package. Data is charged per use, or via a package.
Smartphone users can use any of these GoPhone plans, however, a smartphone require a data/web package to use data/web services. Pay-per-use data/web is not available on smartphone devices. Data packages for all GoPhone plan options (for mobile web access for e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, and more) include the following:
500 MB for $25
100 MB for $15
10 MB for $5
Data packages are good for 30 days, as long as your account balance is not expired. Standard rates apply if feature package is not renewed after 30 days.
Learn more about AT&T GoPhone plans from this handy chart, plus check out AT&T's nationwide coverage map.
11q4 coverage map
See (AT&T's coverage map).
How to Refill Your Account
For your convenience 24/7, you can add money to your account in a variety of ways and in a variety of amounts.
With Rollover Balance, if you refill your account before your balance expires, you keep your unused balance.
Purchase a refill card at any AT&T store and over 200,000 other retail locations in the U.S. Most refill cards will let you dial *888* to refill using the PIN number on the card.
Use a credit/debit card and visit att.com/mygophone to refill online. You can also set up Auto Refill and Text to Refill, which enables you to refill directly from your phone.
To check on your current balance, dial*777# and press SEND to receive a text massage indicating your account balance and expiration date.
AT&T GoPhone refill cards are available in these amounts:
$15 (30-day expiration)
$25 (90-day expiration)
$50 (90-day expiration)
$60 (90-day expiration)
$100 (1-year expiration)










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First night at sea, can't sleep...




First night at sea, can't sleep...





Woke up at 2 this morning after going to sleep at 9. Lay in bed wishing I could get up, get a bowl of cereal, and get on the Internet. Tried to devise a plan to write this geomoblog without consuming too many of my paid connection minutes. Left the room at 3 and went looking for a midnight snack. Was told that I could order from the Blue Lagoon 24 hours a day. First went outside to get my geoposition. Couldn't get it on the Promenade Deck even after standing out there for 5 minutes, so I walked up to the pool, sat down with no walls around me, got my coordinates, and took this photo of the pool at night.

Why would I go to so much trouble to find my location? Well, I'm geeky that way, and I consider it a challenge to create a geotagged mobile log (geomoblog) of our travels so that friends and family can follow our progress and see where we are in the world. The reason I'm taking and posting these photos to smithersgreene.net is via Flickr is so that you can click on each photo to see it on Flickr and click the map link to the right of the photo on the Flickr photo page. You are also welcome to leave comments either on Flickr or on smithersgreene.net, although I regret I won't have the time to read your comments much less reply to them until I get free Wi-Fi again. And even if and when I get free connectivity, it is bad for my hands to write much on this little keyboard, and besides, I'm on vacation! :-P

I discovered that I have to type my entries on this small device because the ship's Internet cafe closes whatever page I am on when I log out. Hence, I cannot log in, open a draft in Gmail (which I started with a photo and a title on my G1), log out, finish composing, log back in, and send. I wish I could, but I guess that would be too economical to be allowed. ;-)

Anyway, I forgot to give a log of our first very long day of traveling, so here is is now: we got up at 4am on Saturday the 25th. Our friend drove us to the airport at 5:45 so we could be there by 6:15, two hours before our flight (since our destination was abroad). I took a nice photo at PHX of the sunrise and our plane with Camelback Mountain and the Papago Buttes behind it, but the free Wi-Fi signal at the airport was so weak it never sent. Oh well! Then we arrived at ATL at about 2:50pm EDT. There was Wi-Fi at ATL, but it warn't free! ;-) Our plane to BCN departed late at about 5:30pm, and we flew about 8 hours, arriving in BCN at about 8:30am Sunday.

Once in Barcelona, we took the Aerobus and the Metro to our Hotel California. We stopped in to say hello-and-see-you-next-week. Then we walked all the way down Las Ramblas rolling two suitcases each because the "Parada" (which was not a parade, but a marathon) was running down the south car lane toward the sea. At Columbus Circle (I forget the right name of the placa), we took a bus to the ship. We boarded the ship at 11am, got drinks (I took that photo yesterday of a contented poolside Andy), and I took a much-needed nap on the chaise longue. (I had not slept well on the plane despite the sleeping pill I took).

And that leads us pretty much up to now, minus a few details. This first full day of cruising will be entirely at sea. Of course I am taking more photos which I will upload after we come home November 8. But for now, I'll probably just upload a photo a day.
Andy & I are thrilled to be doing this cruise together. Thanks for your well wishes. I wish I could reciprocate, but that will have to wail 'til we come home. In the meantime, thanks for reading!

Oh, and by the way, for pesky friends such as Ivo (Ostravaczech), Andy & I voted early by mail, and we voted the right way, of course! :-P











My new phone protector




My new phone protector





I finally finished it.
I started making it on the 29th of October but have been busy!
I needed a holder for my new contract Samsung preston 5600 but also wanted to be able to carry my original pay-as-you-go phone as I have free calls to and from certain friends.

I think this little guy will look after them for me :O)

I have started making one for my new camera now :O) Hopefully it won't take as long to make.









pay as you go camera phones








pay as you go camera phones




Samsung a167 Prepaid GoPhone (AT&T) with $15 Airtime Credit






Keep your friends and family close even when you're away with the stylish, easy-to-use Samsung A167 clamshell phone, with access to popular instant messaging services as well as text messaging and voice communications. This phone also features a VGA camera for still photos, speakerphone for hands-free communication, personal organizer tools, and up to 3 hours of talk time.


With AT&T's GoPhone service, you pay for just the minutes you use with no annual contract.

Pay As You Go with GoPhone
With AT&T's GoPhone pay-as-you-go service, you get all the benefits of wireless without the surprises--no long-term contracts, credit checks, or deposits. You can easily refill your minutes via prepaid cards or the Internet, or choose to prepay each month and roll over unused minutes.
You can choose from a variety of plans that suit your individual needs--including monthly and daily plans with unlimited talk and text messaging as well as a simple per-minute plan. And with Rollover Balance, you can carry over your unused account balance when you refill before your balance expires, up to the account maximum (learn more below).
Phone Features
The clamshell Samsung A167 offers dual screens, with an internal 65K-color screen (128 x 160 pixels) complemented by an external monochrome screen (96 x 96 pixels) that can display current time, battery life, signal strength, and incoming calls. The phone has a standard alpha-numeric keypad that's joined by a four-way navigation pad, send/end keys, and two soft navigation keys. The phone has a small user accessible memory of approximately 2 MB, which cannot be expanded. The phonebook can store up to 200 contacts with support for multiple numbers.
You'll be able to stay in close contact with friends and family via both text (SMS) and picture (MMS) messaging, and this phone provides access to popular instant messaging services (including AIM, Yahoo!, and Windows Live) for fast, on-the-go conversations. Additionally, this phone also includes support for accessing personal e-mail from POP3 and IMAP4 accounts. This handset includes built-in T9 predictive text entry technology, which makes it easier to enter words and text.
Other features include:
VGA camera for still photos
8 one-touch dialing numbers
Displays last 30 incoming/outgoing/missed calls
Headset jack
Speakerphone
Organizer tools: alarm, calendar, calculator, currency converter, world time, tip calculator
Multi-lingual text display (English, French, Spanish)
Vital Statistics
The Samsung A167 weighs 3.1 ounces and measures 3.54 x 1.83 x 0.78 inches. Its 800 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 3 hours of talk time, and up to 250 hours of standby time. The Samsung A167 is GSM ( 2 band) ; Frequency 850/1900MHz.





AT&T GoPhone Service
GoPhone logo
AT&T's pay-as-you-go GoPhone plans are wireless plans made easy, simply pay in advance for what you need. No long-term contracts, credit checks, or surprise bills--just all the benefits of wireless, with no complications. In addition, AT&T's Rollover Balance feature lets you carry over your unused account balance when you purchase refill minutes before your balance expires.
Other great GoPhone features include no long distance or roaming fees across AT&T's national service area, the ability to track usage via text messages with an updated balance after each call, and the ability to refill your minutes 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. You can also choose to add international long distance for calling to over 50 countries (including Mexico landlines and Canada) for just $10 for 250 minutes. And you can cancel any time without penalty.
GoPhone Plan Options
$50 Monthly Unlimited Plan includes unlimited talk, text (both U.S. and internationally), and access to Internet data and web browsing (smartphone users must purchase a separate data package).
$25 Monthly Plan includes 250 minutes of talk time, unlimited text messages, and international texting at 25? per message. Data and mobile web browsing is charged per use, or you can buy a package.
$2 Unlimited Daily Talk & Text is a good plan for those who do not use their phone every day, and data packages can be added. It's charged ONLY on days when the phone is used to make or receive a voice call (including a call to voice mailbox), use IM, or send a text or picture/video/sound message. Data is charged per use, or via a package.
Per Minute enables you to make phone calls at just 10? a minute--perfect for those looking to use their phone very infrequently or for emergencies. You can also send texts at 20? per message (25? per international message), or choose a monthly package. Data is charged per use, or via a package.
Smartphone users can use any of these GoPhone plans, however, a smartphone require a data/web package to use data/web services. Pay-per-use data/web is not available on smartphone devices. Data packages for all GoPhone plan options (for mobile web access for e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, and more) include the following:
500 MB for $25
100 MB for $15
10 MB for $5
Data packages are good for 30 days, as long as your account balance is not expired. Standard rates apply if feature package is not renewed after 30 days.
Learn more about AT&T GoPhone plans from this handy chart, plus check out AT&T's nationwide coverage map.
11q4 coverage map
See (AT&T's coverage map).
How to Refill Your Account
For your convenience 24/7, you can add money to your account in a variety of ways and in a variety of amounts.
With Rollover Balance, if you refill your account before your balance expires, you keep your unused balance.
Purchase a refill card at any AT&T store and over 200,000 other retail locations in the U.S. Most refill cards will let you dial *888* to refill using the PIN number on the card.
Use a credit/debit card and visit att.com/mygophone to refill online. You can also set up Auto Refill and Text to Refill, which enables you to refill directly from your phone.
To check on your current balance, dial*777# and press SEND to receive a text massage indicating your account balance and expiration date.
AT&T GoPhone refill cards are available in these amounts:
$15 (30-day expiration)
$25 (90-day expiration)
$50 (90-day expiration)
$60 (90-day expiration)
$100 (1-year expiration)










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