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Chapter 30. Printing from Your Mobile De... > Features and Considerations

Features and Considerations

When you sign up for one of these services, the first items you should check are the devices and file formats supported, and how the usage fees are assessed. Table 30-1 shows a comparison of these features between ThinMail and PrintMe Networks. Both companies offer a free trial service to evaluate their offerings. If you have a fax machine handy, you can try out a few scenarios and see if this solution makes sense for your needs.

Table 30-1. Comparison Table for ThinMail and PrintMe Networks
CompanyDevices SupportedFile Types SupportedUsage Fees
ThinMailPalm VII, Palm V/Omnisky, Visorphone, Treo, Blackberry Wireless Handheld, Motorola Pagers, Cell phone with two-way messaging.TXT, .HTM/HTML, .DOC, .XLS, .PPT, .VSD, .PRE, .PRZ, .123, .LWP, .WK4, .PS, .PDF, .EPS, .WPD, .WPG, .WB3, .JPG/JPEG, .GIF, .TIF, .PCX75 cents for fax calls up to 10 pages
PrintMe NetworksMobile phone, PDA, BlackBerry, and two-way pager.DOC, .XLS, .PDF, .PPT, .TXT, JPEG$9.99 per month



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