I'm in Kansas City on T-Mobile. I had been getting messages & then I tried to search something on UberTwitter & it couldn't connect. Then I tried to do some other stuff, & it was the same. Then I noticed my network connection had switched to GSM. I don't have the BB data icon. It's 7:45pm now, & this just happened w/in the last 20 minutes or so.
Started seeing strange activity around midnight NYC time:
- Emails were coming in sporadically. Unlike prior outages, I would get messages at random times and on a delay, but all the messages I got between them would not come though. In prior outages, the messages were clearly just getting backed up as I would get several messages at a time and wouldn't be missing any in between.
- Sending email works
- Internet access works
Very strange. Already registered the HRT and resent service books multiple times.
I am in Ontario on Rogers, past few hrs my BIS has been down. Couldn't wait to get h ome to my Wifi to get messages again!
Same with me, I just posted another thread about this in the rogers section of the forums. I was wondering if this was just a rogers problem but I guess its a blackberry problem seeing how its affecting more then just people on rogers in Canada.
this question has probably been asked before - so if it has - my apologies;- given the recent lengthy outage for BB in the US - can subscribers expect a refund for the outage time?
Or is it a T&C's thing where RIM don't guarantee service 100% so just gotta lump it?
Yeah I'm getting pretty feed up to.
I love my blackberry and all but recently with all the outages not on the cell providers side but the blackberry sides is getting very discouraging. I'm glad I don't need my blackberry soley just for business, if not I would be angry as can be. Why? because I would be losing money by not having service. Especially from a company who's main backing is to support business and help increase business productivity. How can you achieve that with out reliability.
Hopefully this problem will not become a common recurrence.
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