Can I setup more than one @me account to use push on my iPhone

I have 3 @me accounts setup on my iPhone.  It appeares that only 1 can be set to Push, the other 2 can only be set to Fetch.  Is this correct?   I have the same problem on my iPad.  Both are using iOS4 and are uptodate with all software.

It appeares that only 1 can be set to Push, the other 2 can only be set to Fetch.  Is this correct?
Yes. From:
"If you have multiple MobileMe accounts set up on your device, Push will only work for one account.  If you want to switch which account uses Push, you will need to turn on contact, calendars, or bookmark syncing for that account, then enable Push."

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