mr.a, 07 Jan 2009just got the 8900,upgraded from the pearl.I can't seem to log on to hotmail sign in page,also ... moreHotmail has been having problems with alot of the newer data phones and its possible that like the g1 the phone just cannot support homail as push email. i believe if you get an upgrade of your hotmail account (I think its 19.95 a mo) you might be able to get the emails pushed straigh to the phone.
William, 02 Jan 2009Hi guys, Blackberry seem interested for me, i have never have blackberry mobile before, I thin... moreHey william,
The 8900 will surely allow you to connect to the net if you have an active subscription with your service provider(like bsnl,airtel,vodafone). it will either connect through edge or through gprs!
vishal, 05 Jan 20098900 does not supoort 3g netwok am i right..? guys please comfirm..as i have loved the cell..... moreit is a great phone but we cant use gps at some locations. Also, it does not support 3G feature. But its worth so much money! 10 cheers for rim for developing it.!!!!!
Being that this phone has been out just a few months, anyone out there who has it, is there any clitches ?? Without contract, how much does it cost in dollars?
just got the 8900,upgraded from the pearl.I can't seem to log on to hotmail sign in page,also my attachments are not coming through?called my serv. prov. "rogers" and they are stumped...can anyone help?thanks in advance
People at Blackberry if you are reading this, then..
i think your strategy is not going to work in the mainstream. One handset has wifi, other doesnt. One has 3g, other handset doesnt. Look at Nokia, world's number 1 cellphone manufacturer and top selling in terms of market share. They have 3G and Wifi as a standard now on every Nokia Phone and millions of 3rd party softwares.
The only downturn in Nokia phones is one handset has low performance camera other has a high performance camera. thats easy to live with but blackberrys one has wifi and the other no 3g. WTF..!!!
i was seriously thinking of buying this phone but after i used a friend's curve8900, i was disappointed by the EDGE-Only Internet Connection.
Vince, 05 Jan 2009Im thinking of buying the 8900. My provider doesnt support blackberry's. if I use it as a cont... moresuggest you need a new supplier.. a network not supporting Blackberry these days is shocking.. you can still get your email via Pop 3 using the BIS service. Any mobile network should provide BIS or BES tariff options..
The 8900 is available from vodafone as of today through customer services as of the 9th through stores, I've just ordered mine today shall be here tomorrow.
bb user/abuser, 05 Jan 2009ive had the pearl curve and bold and now im getting this fone. its way sleeker nice keypad to... moresorry bold is got HSDPA which is better than 3G network while 8900 has no 3G and the wifi is for internet connection so i personally think bold is better
Worst handset out of the bb family my opinion. bold looks and still is top
i've had a blackberry pearl and a storm (for 3 days) and i now have had the curve 8900 for 2 weeks and its brilliant !
i didn't want the Bold as it was too big so waited for this and i'm very very happy with it !
8900 does not supoort 3g netwok am i right..?
guys please comfirm..as i have loved the cell...plz guys comfirm as soon as possible
Im thinking of buying the 8900. My provider doesnt support blackberry's. if I use it as a contact and appointment manager does it sync very easily? and can I get my emails through wifi?
Please email me back at email@example.com. I dont check this forum very often.
ive had the pearl curve and bold and now im getting this fone. its way sleeker nice keypad too. bold is ok but 3g network still needs work. javelin has wifi which will work better than bold on 3g anyway. bb is much better with edge fones. my curve inet works just as fast as bold and doesnt freeze all the time like bold. bold is too new still needs kinks to be fixed.
We have gone to 3g era. Any phone which is 2g will not be competitive in the market. No one wants snails speed internet
Like the look of this. Will the 8900 be able to stream videos from youtube etc?