As long as you have internet access on your smartphone with an up to date contract, you can add a “webmail” item to the phone to pick up your email.

If you have Gmail, there is also an App you can download and load to manage your email.

As long as you have the details of your email, like email address (e.g frankc@nswact.uca.org.au), the server it uses for webmail (webmail.nswact.uca.org.au), you can easily add webmail.

As above from your smartphone. Or with most providers you can access your email from an internet café.

Yes. You need to be aware of your call and data charges before and as they are incurred. Your phone settings determine which app (application) can use mobile data. As an important thing to know it’s possible to access internet via wi-fi and if it’s free it will not incur any data charges.

In reference to surfing the net, checking email and using some applications, yes it does. There are however critical differences when it comes to saving data and your ability to use other devices such as USB, as there is no USB connection on the majority of tablets. These all rely on “Cloud” storage through web access.

In reference to surfing the net, checking email and using some applications, yes it does. There are however critical differences when it comes to saving data and your ability to use other devices such as a USB, as there is no USB connection on specific tablets. These all rely on “Cloud” storage through internet access.

Yes. Depending on your current provider, all emails are kept unless you delete them. If you have a Synod work phone, the emails are kept in an archive system, available on request.