I am currently using an 8320 Curve with T-Mobile. It is my first BB and I have to admit it definitely will not be my last. I am an addict and am looking forward to getting my hands on a new BOLD when TMo releases it to N. America.
I have had a pearl for a year and a half now and I can't live without it. I have been wanting the Bold since I heard about it and its super fast processor. This is a great site. I check it obsessively for the latest apps and games.
Good luck to everyone!
Originally Posted by Pibe38
I joined just 1 day before the 200,000th member did!!!
Anyway, I just received my Curve and I'm with Sprint. I just go tired of the OS not being stable, having to reboot every day, etc.
The only 1 thing I miss is being able ti wirelessly sync contacts, tasks, and appointments with an Exchange server... but I know I'll figure something out.
Thank you for all the information made available here!
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I'm thinking a new Bold would be the way to go. I just spent the last week finding out how to dissasemble my curve after it went in a glass of water at a bonfire. Luckily I was able to switch out the lcd screen, and the main board is otherwise okay. Thanks Crackberry.com for all the info.
I'm rock'in the 8830(Sprint), gave my daughter in college my other 8830(Verizon) and trying to get my wife to get a Pearl or a Curve. Right now we are absolutely lov'in Vlingo!!!! I'm amazed at its voice recognition accuracy.
I'm also very interested in Garmin's $99 GPS software. My problem is with all the new models coming out don't I really want to get the GPS software if we might upgrade to a new model BB. Also who knows which model (Bold or Thunder) will be available through my carriers.
I visit this site at least 5X a day. I get excited when I see a new newsletter in my in box. My daughter thinks the name of the site is so appropriate with regards to me, because I'm constantly saying to her " I was on the Crackberry website and saw.....". Keep up the good work Kevin!!
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I'm a new member who was looking for pin advice and found you Crackberry. The blackberry is the only phone I will use till die. I want to get my hands on the BOLD. I'm rocking out with the oldie but goodie 8700 which is my 2nd blackberry to date. I just read about the idea of nextel and the new cherp version that may come out. That would be sick! I saw the pic of the phone and looks HOT. Thanks for the great info. CRACKBERRY!
I am most excited about my 8330 curve. New to blackberry's so I am too wrapped up in discovering all the stuff you can do on a blackberry! I will have to say that the javelin looks like the coolest one out of the bunch
I am a NEW BB owner. I recently picked up my new Curve 8310 on last Thursday and I am excited about learning how to use my new and fun toy! I love the color of my NEW BB it is a dark red, and I love the style, size, and all of the wonderful and cool features this smart phone offers. I am currently only using it to make phone calls as I am learning how to use all of the other neat features this phone has.
In the mean time, I am thrilled that this site is here! This CrackBerry.com site is wonderful, insightful, helpful, and the best site to get acquainted with my new BBCurve 8310! I hope to learn a lot from this site, and many thanks to all who post and share the wealth of information to a newby like me!
i am most excited about the bold, because its comming to at&t and thats what i have
but i am really excited to see the kickstart because no has seen a blackberry flip phone
i would rather have the javelin than the bold
because i like how it looks like my curve
but like i said before i have at&t!
i would like to see a insane blackberry for at&t!!!!
i was going to switch to tmobile with my dad
but then the curve came out and i had to stay with at&t!
i cant wait for all the new blackberry's to come out!!!!
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