yeah govind you need to have extra mobile office plan with airtel for tethering . the plans that they advertise are only for blackberry services
and this malay mo.fo doesnt know he might be workin for an indian call center having his a"" whooped for few rupiyahs . i got many like you working for me
hell i have even given them blackberries so i can leech out their personal time for my business lol
if you serious about getting a paying job let me know i'll throw another of older curves at you for free aswell
peace out .... another not so stingy indian
I am planning to buy a phone...but a bit confused between Blackberry Curve 8520 and Samsung Omnia B7320
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Dude, Get a life! If you're so rich, go do some charity on your own country first, I'm sure there are many there who could do with it... Never pass any such remarks, it shows what S**t your dad taught u.
BlackBerry Curve 8520 can i used in japan and can operate japanese email character?,,
Guys, could any one please let me know, if I can change the apps apearing on main screen. Thanks
ok, what's the big deal with blackberry (this is from somebody who's never used one before). Can you do video calling? I know you can get emails, but can you open up attachments like Adobe files? can you get word documents? I'm contemplating getting over a Nokia say E71.
I hope you guys have used this in india. I have a question. Airtel said that they are giving unlimited internet plans for this. Lets say apart from using this on the mobile what about the tethering? Will it cost more when i connect my BB to laptop for accessing the internet?
Please let me know.
Is the led coverage indicater avilable in the phone because I am not see it in the specifications
hey guys, what do you think about the keyboard? do you guys feel annoyed with the reckingn sounds when typing. the keypad made of plastic instead of rubber
Anyone know what kind of apps are available for the 8520 yet? It doesnt mention maps.
Yeah your nan was slow with me.... So she took her teath out and I got a toffee apple...
Justin, 18 Sep 2009Just walked in a phone store and track track pad works great! Its the same as a Omnia I, Bud i... moreSlow by god, its slower than your nan's wrist when she is bashing me off you dooche bag.
Ankit, 23 Sep 2009Hello Friends,
I'm planning to buy this phone but m a bit confused after reading the mixed re... morethe 8520 is a good option.. u can even consider the 8320 as it is vfm..
also u will incure a cost of minimum 299 p/month for the bb services
but the bb is a whole different experience viz to nokia..
kashyap, 23 Sep 2009can anyone please tell me the cost of this phone in indian market..thank uDude as of now its only with airtel.. they retail at 16990/- the cracked ones are available in grey market for 17k..
but i suggest u wait since the official unlocked phones are launching in mid october with warranty bill and stuff..
Robert Sobu, 18 Sep 2009No comment on the phone, just wondering why the English being posted by the commentors in this... moreMy friend Robert, your English isn't particularly fluent if you say things like "wondering why the English being posted by the commentors in this column are so bad"
English ARE bad? Seriously? If your grammar was accurate, you'd write something else. So you're here basically just to criticise others and you're pretty horrible at the same thing for which you're dissing them. How sad.
pranav, 20 Sep 2009hi dear,
see there is a big different in BB services and GPRS services, BB services p... moreFor all people who are saying that GPRS/Edge gives only a Pull Mail option, please note that if you are using a Windows Mobile, you can always set the syncronization to a real time option. And if you are using a Symbian mobile, you can alwys use hundreds of available softwares which gives push mail option.
For all phones, there are hundreds of email softwares available for push mail using GPRS or Edge.
But anyway, BB has its own class. :)