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The Wireless buyers guide seems a little bit outdated, but I wanted to post a query here and get some feedback.

I am the last in my family to get a cell phone, and really have to reach to justify the need and expense. I am looking at purchasing a Palm Tungsten T which is bluetooth enabled. I figure I will need a bluetooth enabled cell phone to talk with the Palm Pilot. I live alone and have very little long distance needs nor do I put enough hours on my land line to warrent a high minute call plan. I also do not travel much, except as listed below.

So what I need is a low minute, internet-ready, bluetooth enabled cell phone and calling plan that will cover Atlanta, Lake Lanier (north GA), DaFauskie Island (Hilton Head), and Disney World (Spring Training).

Any ideas? Do I look for the phone first and then select a provider? Do I look for a provider and then select a phone?
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