Hey Michael,<br><br>I went though this for days with my parents who have a Verizon mobile phone and an iBook (you can search for some previous posts of mine). We spent so much time screwing around with mobile scripts and what not, but we could never get it to work correctly. We even had the same behavior as you, with the iBook communicating with the phone, then disconnecting.<br><br>What we ended up doing was buying and downloading QuickLink Mobile for Mac OSX, and it worked like a charm, first time, without any complicated modem scripts and what not. I HIGHLY recommend it. The software seems to support your phone, and I'm sure you know about Verizon's Mobile Office feature which essentially gives you free internet access.<br><br>Let me know how it works out for you.<br><br>Scott<br><br>
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