announced on Friday that
Mobile High Speed 3.23
is now available. The software enables your Mac to use a cell phone network using the GRPS or GSM protocols. The update adds support for the Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) protocol, as well as the Nokia 6620, Motorola T725E and Sony Ericsson GC82 PC Card Modem.
Mobile High Speed 3.23 takes a lot the hassle out of connecting to the Internet through a cell phone by automatically configuring Mac OS X to use the protocol that your wireless carrier supports. The software is currently compatible with over 80 phones and PC Card modems as well as more than 200 wireless network settings. North American users can employ it with BellSouth, Cingular, AT&T, and T-Mobile in the United States or Microcell FIDO and Roger AT&T in Canada.
Nova media recommends using the demo version of Mobile High Speed if you just want to connect and download e-mail. For Web surfing and large file transfers, the company suggests the full version, which is available for download from their Web site for US$49.94 plus the European Value Added Tax (VAT), which is 16 percent. You can also purchase packages from the nova media online store that include the paid edition of the software with a Bluetooth dongle or a USB cable, depending on your connectivity needs.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.2.x “Jaguar” or higher or OS 9.2.x, although the latter is no longer supported by nova media.