I'm mostly interested in a japanese phone for java development /
testing. unicode chars and speed. Network won't be possible, because I
don't live in Japan..
Around how much does a jp phone cost?
Curt Sampson wrote:
> On Sun, 10 Apr 2005, Timothy J Mckinnon wrote:
>>The easist way to pick up a phone in Japan, is a TU-KA prepaid.
> I'm not sure about the prepaid TU-KA phones, but I've used at least one
> model that definitely does not understand XHTML. (Simple pages seemed to
> work ok, but forms definitely did not.) This could limit the number of
> sites you can use.
> I'm not sure what decisions other companies have made about this, but at
> tabemo.com we decided just to go with straight XHTML (which works fine
> on Docomo, AU, Vodafone and most computer web browsers) and abandon the
> TU-KAs, because it was just too expensive to support for such a small
> part of our user base.
Received on Sun Apr 10 19:33:35 2005