03-28-08 12:19 PM
- Hello everyone! I just got a BlackBerry today, and it is simply the most Wonderful thing I've Ever Had. But, upon reading these forums, I have stumbled upon a problem.
Not doing preliminary research (a fault on my part), I had assumed I was purchasing a BlackBerry that was top of the line, a BlackBerry Curve 8310.
Curious about its capabilities, and finding the documentation lacking, I stumbled upon CrackBerry.com. To my dismay, it turns out that there's a BlackBerry 8320, with WiFi support!
So much question is this:
Should I return my BlackBerry 8310 for an 8320? What is the price difference? I got my BB with a service plan renewal: Will they allow me to trade-in my 8310?03-27-08 04:48 PM
- Just remember if you do stay with ATT and go for an 8820, you won't have a camera. Alternatively, there's lots of threads on here about unlocking phones so, if you do want to stay with ATT, you might be able to use an unlocked 8320. I am no unlocking expert so I can't say whether or not you can. Some searching here should give you lots of answers.03-27-08 04:57 PM
AT&T does not support UMA Internet calling (basically VOIP for cell phones). T-mobile does. So T-Mobile has a more advanced Curve option (I believe the AT&T fans might tell you that their AT&T Curves have navigation connectability that T-Mobile doesn't).
More really an issue of what you want your Curve to do.
I'm personally not a big AT&T fan so the choice of using T-Mobile is pretty clear cut. If you want to do more research on UMA calling, take a trip over to T-Mobile's website. But do keep in mind that getting a T-Mobile Curve will NOT allow you to make UMA calls on the AT&T network because AT&T simply does not support UMA service.03-27-08 05:00 PM
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