1. LeSteven's Avatar
    So i got offered to upgrade my data to 2GB for 25$. Nothing special but I was just wondering if 2 GBs is enough? I am extreme Facebooker , BBMer and emailer. But that's all , will it be enough? (for Curve 9300)

    02-13-12 05:15 PM
  2. Silverfern's Avatar
    yes, i think so, the fact is blackberries dont use a lot of data (unlike iphones), so 2G should be enough. i also have facebook open all the time on my 9860, 10 days into my wind unlimited data, i only used 200 mb, 3 times that would be 600mb a month.

    the most i have used in a day is 50ish mb, and thats because i used a lot of GPS/map app that day
    02-13-12 05:25 PM
  3. BB10FTW's Avatar
    For me its more then enough and I put my Bold 9700 through its paces alot, news, internet, youtube quite a bit, facebook etc and I have only barely gone over a gig. I also have a 2gig plan, just dont download large clips or movie type files, they are killers
    02-13-12 05:31 PM
  4. terristaz's Avatar
    I still have unlimited data with Verizon and I rarely hit 150Mb

    My wife has the 200Mb plan with AT&T and has only gone over once in the last year.

    Between the compression that RIM does of the BB data and using WIFI a BlackBerry phone really sips data compared to others (My stepson has an IPhone and I can't remember the last month he was under 2GB)

    02-13-12 05:32 PM
  5. _StephenBB81's Avatar
    With a 9300 you for sure will NOT break 2GB, unless you start downloading large files every day.

    my company BES SHARES 10 BlackBerry 9300's on a SINGLE 2GB Plan,

    between the 10 of us you are talking 1000-2000 emails per day and we very rarely go over 2GB
    02-13-12 05:44 PM
  6. the_sleuth's Avatar
    2 GB is overkill for Facebook, BBM and email. Now if you bridge your Torch to Playbook to stream movies then 2 GB would be reasonable.
    02-13-12 05:54 PM
  7. albee 1's Avatar
    It should be more than enough as long as you don't stream or download for hours daily.
    02-13-12 07:28 PM
  8. thecsman's Avatar
    That's more than enough for your needs. Even if you do some heavy browsing via Bridge there will be plenty of data left.
    02-13-12 07:34 PM