I have a new blackberry curve 8330 with sprint.
i have wireless but they have locked and hidden the internet broser or anything related to that so i cant use my wireless n i pay for their internet.
i know there has to be a way i can unlock that application cause i really do have wireless.
i cant even use my blackberry messenger!
by wireless i meant wifi.
ive been tld that my blackberry has wifi n i see the icon as well like if it was connected but is like sprint blocked and deleted my internet icon so i dont get on it unless i pay for their internet service. im guessing when i do they will unlock my internet icon.
is there a way i can unlock it so i can use the wifi n not have to pay for internet service?
Other than sending your service books or doing what tae has mentioned I am at a loss. Are you sure you dont have an 8350i? If you do have the 8350i , you might want to look at the complete wifi link in my signature. That might help you out some.
This might be worth reading for you. http://forums.crackberry.com/f3/comp...ifi-how-47229/
There is only 2 models of curve that are wifi enabled. The 8320 and 8350i. THe 8320 is a gsm device and wont work on sprint network. The 8330 is a cdma device but does not have wifi. So either you have the 8350 and are just mistaken on model or........I dont know what else. When you go to options is there a wifi connections?
Okay. If you have an 8330 with sprint... You don't have wifi. That means you cannot use "wireless". You must have a data plan with sprint. What plan do you have with sprint? Does it include internet? If you are not paying sprint for internet on the cell phone, you cannot use internet.
For everyone that reads this post, sorry for being so redundant but I wanted to make sure the OP got it.
Now, if you DO have a regular data plan through sprint, meaning you do pay them for internet, but not "blackberry internet" you can still get the internet to work with sprint...
Post the details about your plan here and we will help out... Thanks
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