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  1. brysonj's Avatar
    Hello again ,

    I have a question i am wondering if anyone can answer I change phones like most people change there under wear. In the past year i have bought 5 cell phones. I love the last two i bought which are the blackberry 8100 black pearl and the new blackberry curve. both the phones are outstanding and do all i need except GPS. I am now thinking about getting the blackberry 8300. anyways can anyone tell me the major differences between the 8100 8320 and the 8830. I would really aappreaciate it a lot and please tell me if i am wasting my money

    12-26-07 05:56 PM
  2. R33C3's Avatar
    I Personally jus got a new 8830 and it hasznt left my hand since i got it!!! Def. not a waste of money!
    12-26-07 06:04 PM
  3. Dustin_D's Avatar

    I am posting this on an ipod and would recomend an iPhone or the 8830.
    12-26-07 08:05 PM
  4. JRSCCivic98's Avatar
    8830 won't work on GSM network like T-Mobile has. It's a CDMA phone (SIM's not supported for US based frequencies). Honestly, I kinda don't like mine anymore. No GPS, lame email sync (BIS is limited and BES is an expensive alternative for companies), small screen, browsing is limited (Opera only improves it a little, but still doesn't support advanced sites), etc. Personally, I'm still waiting on that "special phone" and nothing out there comes close.
    Last edited by JRSCCivic98; 12-26-07 at 08:51 PM.
    12-26-07 08:47 PM