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    Beara
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    Blackberry 8700g

    When you go to the cell phone store and look at all the new phones and different technology available, it can be very overwhelming! What phone should I get? What price should I pay? Is this sales person more concerned about my needs or the commission?

    If you are asking yourself these very questions, I would like to give an honest opinion of the Blackberry 8700g and the reasons you would benefit from such a device.

    Though a blackberry may not be for everyone, for those of you looking for an email device/phone in one this is for you!

    Now to answer: “Why buy the Blackberry 8700g?”

    The QWERTY keyboard makes sending and responding to emails quick and easy! The alt key is located as conveniently on the device as it is on a computer keyboard. For those of you concerned about small buttons might want to try typing on the keyboard before your purchase though because the keys are a bit small.

    While you are checking and responding to your email on the blackberry you might think your battery is running out quickly, but that’s not true with the 8700. According to the book the battery has 4 hours talk time and 16 days stand by. The battery life on this phone is out of this world. I have gone over a week without charging the battery and the device it still vibrating every time an email comes in. (An optional setting)

    How is the phone quality you ask! My answer is fantastic and clear as a bell. Of course you will enter coverage areas where cell phones don’t work as well as in other areas, but you will the best possible service available with a phone like this!

    Overall I would recommend the 8700 to someone who an active email user and is looking for a user-friendly email/phone device. This is the type of phone you won’t be able to live without!

    The BlackBerry 8700g features complete functionality, including:
    Phone
    Email
    Text Messaging (SMS and MMS)
    Wireless Data Access
    Address Book
    Internet Browser
    Calendar
    Memo Pad
    Tasks
    Dynamic, highly responsive experience when viewing attachments and graphics, browsing the web and running applications
    Access up to 10 supported business and/or personal email accounts
    Integrated attachment viewing for popular file formats
    MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) allows you to combine text and images on a single message*
    Bright, high-resolution screen provides large viewable workspace and includes intelligent light sensing technology to automatically optimize screen lighting levels for ideal indoor and outdoor viewing
    Built-in speakerphone for hands-free dialog and convenient conference calls with excellent sound quality
    Bluetooth® hands-free headset and car kit support
    Polyphonic and MP3 ringtones can be assigned to your contacts
    Ergonomic, full QWERTY keyboard for a familiar typing and data entry experience
    Large, dedicated “Send”, “End” and “Mute” keys, plus user definable convenience keys
    64 MB of memory
    Quad-Band network support on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM™/GPRS and EDGE networks allows for international roaming between North America, Europe and Asia Pacific


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    Redcoat
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    Re: Blackberry 8700g Review

    I used to have the 8700g before I upgrade to my 8800. It really is a great phone and is awesome if you travel a lot for business. The quad-band allows it to work in other countries. Good review Beara



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    dunk3r23
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    Re: Blackberry 8700g Review

    How much does this phone cost now? I was going to look it up online, but I can find a desent online shop



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    dunk3r23
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    Re: Blackberry 8700g Review

    How much does this phone cost now? I was going to look it up online, but I can find a desent online shop



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    Redcoat
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    Re: Blackberry 8700g Review

    The phones original MSRP was $549. However, the average selling price for the phone is between $180-240. If you chose to get this phone with a new plan or extending your existing contract you should be able to get the 8700g for ~$140.



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    Homeboi954
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    Re: Blackberry 8700g Review

    Nice +1



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    MerdeCat
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    Re: Blackberry 8700g Review

    I'm not sure about the whole Blackberry concept.

    I kind of like to be disconnected sometimes!



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    satya_love
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    Re: Blackberry 8700g Review

    Awesome cell ... Blackberry is leader of business series

    Nice review too ...



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    Lisa2go
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    Re: Blackberry 8700g Review

    With the Blackberry - can you choose your service provider or is this just offered through Nextel or Sprint?

    I'm very interested in the Blackberry model and have always been. It would seem to work perfectly with the business I do.

    Does the Blackberry come with a keyboard attachment? For example something that can fold back up after your done using it and put it back in your purse or briefcase?

    I know Nextel use to have a keyboard attachment you could use.

    I know it would be easier for me to reply to messages that way rather than pushing one "little" key on the phone at a time.

    That was a great review and thanks for sharing that.



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    nycrocks2008
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    Re: Blackberry 8700g Review

    this phone is good specially for businessman



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