Basically it is one year of free data for POP/IMAP and Exchange ActiveSync - while you are in the 24 month contract and using the Okta Agent - you can check our Okta Agent review here.
You can also use this data for downloading attachments from your e-mail server and of course a bit of light browsing - perhaps a link you receive on an e-mail for example.
The device is not to be used as a modem for laptops, servers, etc - and a fair use policy applies. For what I've heard this will be monitored, but most people using POP/IMAP and Exchange ActiveSync would be pretty safe. This is from their FAQ:
Some examples of where your usage may be considered excessive and/or unreasonable are if you use your OKTA Agent:
- For sending and receiving extremely large email attachments like TV shows
- To watch TV programmes or download other streaming media - video or audio
- As a modem to download email or surf the net on your home computer
- For peer to peer data sharing (BitTorrent for example)
All FAQ and Terms and conditions are in the Okta Agent Free Email plan page. This is available from today, although you may not see anything in stores until next week - but you can ask around, the channels should know all about it now.
Great idea Telecom!
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