If you have a Blackberry, which one do you have and do you like it? I have the 7100I from Nextel. I do like it because I can get both personal and work related email. The web access was also necessary for work related issues. Do you like your service provider? Nextel isn't the greatest but does the job most of the time.
Step up to Windows Mobile 5.0.
Wizards and BlackJacks are dope.
"Where You At?!?"
i was just considering getting one through tmobile, should I?
they say they have high speed internets.
I have Texas Hold Em King 2
Originally Posted by seraphim
I dont know....A phone provider says SPRINT is the best...a few months ago he said, Verizon was. He did a test and Sprint was the best. He said that Verizon will be using a great number of Sprint cell sites. I dont know maybe SBU will know more.
Originally Posted by Deeker
from what i know:
sprint - #1 broadband "coverage" (get it in most places)
Cingular/ATT - fastest broadband 3G (1mbit/s +) - still rolling out in LA
Don't know much about TMo/Vz.
i went with cingular for the phone (blackjack) and the speed. there will be full coverage eventually. I get 3G in long beach, pv, downtown la, santa monica, sherman oaks, LAX area, pomona, somewhere in anaheim... and there are plenty of other places I imagine.
i'd also recommend Windows Mobile. Microsoft is quickly becoming a force in the mobile area. WinMo 6 looks pretty cool and is coming on new devices nowadays.
If you need really a robust e-mailing device, then thats what the blackberry is best at.
yeah, i wasn't really concerned about the coverage, I'm happy with tmobile.
enyway, I think I'm going to say screw it and wait till next year. I'm going to go wit the krzr.
My work provided a Treo 650 to me, with Cingular. Now they're asking if I'd rather have a Blackberry 8700g. I had a Tmobile Sidekick before the Treo - let me say this now - Cingular's coverage is 200 percent better than Tmobile's ever was for me.
Any suggestions? I haven't had any problems with the Treo, except maybe the volume level is too low. Does the Blackberry 8700g have a camera?
well I may be switching over to cingular. they wouldn't give me a phone for free this time. :( they want $100 bucks from me. Problem is, I love my 3000 anytime minutes plan.
Originally Posted by Drum4Pigs
But as far as a PDA/ pocket computer type, I'm looking to browse html site with it. I'm going to have to go and look at how good they do this these days.
Right now I'm thinking just keep the phone a phone and laptop for internets. I mean heck, the CRZR does email neway.
8700c on Cingular (The NEW AT&T :no2: ) on the EDGE network and I like it fine. It's supplied by my employer, but I would probably still use it.
Once the iPhone has been out about a year, and a V.2 is out, and it's looking like a solid unit, I'll look into it.