BB, 04 Sep 2008Blackberry supply the additional Blackberry service to your mobile (for a fee), which allows y... moreThanks for your post. I live in Canada and I travel to U.S. a few times a year. I believe in these two countries you need to pay extra
to get BlackBerry service as you mentioned and it's not free! Without the extra BB service your BB is an ordinary handset like others! This is what I know, Please correct me if I'm wrong. Thank you in advance.
Unknown, 29 Aug 2008Can someone please tell me what is the main difference between BlackBerries and other business... moreBlackberry supply the additional Blackberry service to your mobile (for a fee), which allows you to surf web, use instant messenger, push up to 10 e-mail accounts to the handset, message any blackberry in the world for free, and dependent on the model you get will have free gps service as well.
duparis00, 24 Jan 2008Its my first BB and its fantastic once you get rid of AT&Ts blocks. Got BBmaps to work so I ca... moreDear bb user,
I am considering to buy the BB8820. For me it is very important to be able to write short reports and summaries for example in word and or excel. Is this possible with the device or can one just read (view) these kind of documents? Tnx for your reply.
I'm a phone freak too, I buy new phone twice a day...but I really live this phone I'll keep it for 2 days now...
Can someone please tell me what is the main difference between BlackBerries and other business phones like Nokia E51 or E71 or any other business serries phone? Email and internet surfing is my major priority. Thanks
I have 4.6 BlackBerry Desktop Manager ENG with Media Manager. Anyone help me how to upgrade the firmware version of BB 8820? I currently have device Version 4.2
I am a Phone freak as some may say, but i can'thelp it if i change my cellylar phone every 3 weeks.....I say it because i ca and i have the money....But i have used this Balckberry 8820 for 3 weeks now and i love it so i will actually keep it longer but i also have the new Xperia 1 which i totally awesome.........But i always loved Blackberry.....
I'd stick with this blackberry rather than Nokia unless 3G speed is priority. User-Interface of BB is much friendlier and easier than Nokia. Well, at least for me. But if you're using this phone to get real-time stock quotes, Nokia is the one. Actually, Samsung Instinct(i900 Omnia would be more than beautiful) is the one you want.
which one is better to buy for mainly e-mail and Internet browsing BlackBerry 8820 or Nokia E61 please anyone help me?
Both are Camera-free!
Please anyone help; How much MHz? How to install applications on Memory card? Where to get free applications for BB 8820?
Black bary is very nice phone, i use it for one and half year, and this time i use2 this phon. thanks for group.
I purchased this phone last week on the day iPhone 3G's sales were rolling out. In general, BB8820 just looks great: very professional and suits me well (I work in the investment area in Vietnam.) Secondly, the key board is so great (this is the first time I use BB.) The next point that I like about BB is the market share of BB in US market at the time of this writing is still some 40-41%! And the fourth and last point I like BB is it is not equipped with a camere, but instead with GPS. Thank RIM for this phone.
Anonymous, 28 Jun 2008Wondering if the internet from the carrier/provider kicks in if the signal strength is stronge... moreOnce you connect to WIFI you stay in WIFI. If the WIFI signal is lost or not as strong the phone will actually ask you to connect to network or wifi once again. Hope that helped.
Wondering if the internet from the carrier/provider kicks in if the signal strength is stronger than your wifi connection?
there is no charges using the W-lan as long as u have the WiFi setup, u need to pay for the gprs to your services provider