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  1. #1
    LT
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    Any feedback on using a Blackbarry on Sprint? Glad ya got it? How well does
    it work in conjunction with your main computer, i.e. any problems getting
    e-mail via Sprint and via your normasl ISP? Would another device and carrier
    be better?
    Thanks
    LT





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  2. #2
    Mike Callery
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    Re: Blackberry?

    I cannot tell you how the BB works on Sprint, but can tell you that I've run
    mine on Nextel for sometime now and am very, very pleased with it. I sync
    the BB weekly on my office computer and then work out in the field for the
    reminder of the week.

    Emails come in constantly and the power drain is minimal because it's a push
    technology.

    The BB Webclient is the big item here because it's purpose is to cycle
    through your email accounts, grabbing new mail and forwarding it to your BB.
    It works fine with http mail such as Hotmail as well as any accounts that
    are POP.

    The big difference between the BB and other similar devices, such as the
    Treo, is that the BB has it's own email address so that mail simply
    "arrives" at the BB just about instantaneously from outside sources.

    Hope this helps.




    "LT" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Any feedback on using a Blackbarry on Sprint? Glad ya got it? How well
    > does it work in conjunction with your main computer, i.e. any problems
    > getting e-mail via Sprint and via your normasl ISP? Would another device
    > and carrier be better?
    > Thanks
    > LT
    >






  3. #3
    dscaglione
    Guest

    Re: Blackberry?

    We have the 7250's on Sprint and we absolutely love them. They are
    fast, reliable, and the voice quality is incredible.

    I love the functionality where it allows you to dial a phone number
    that is found in an email, and it will even recognize the extension and
    ask you if you want to dial that extension after the main number picks
    up.




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