1. latz333's Avatar
    Ok, I need help. I own a Bold 9700 on AT&T for my personal use. My company now wants me to carry another BlackBerry. I have a choice of the following:

    Verizon:

    Storm II 9550
    Bold 9650

    Also, the Curve 9330 is coming soon...do I try to wait for it?

    ATT:
    Bold 9700
    Pearl 3G 9100
    Curve 3G 9300

    Thoughts? I really like my Bold but I think that having two of them would confuse me...The other idea is to get the 9700 for work and go and buy a Torch 9800 for my personal use.

    Looking forward to the feedback.
    12-03-10 06:44 PM
  2. craiglynch1's Avatar
    i have a blackberry curve 8320 and have no idea how to turn on the radio the desktop keeps asking me to turn it on .
    CAN ANYONE HELP ME ?
    12-03-10 06:50 PM
  3. mark_rivers19's Avatar
    9700 for work and get a Torch for yourself..
    you won't regret it..
    12-03-10 06:51 PM
  4. hunoosh's Avatar
    9700 for work and get a torch for yourself..
    You won't regret it..
    >plus one<
    12-03-10 06:55 PM
  5. Deathcommand's Avatar
    I'm liking the 9650 or 9800.


    9650 if you want more in messaging.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    12-03-10 07:00 PM
  6. latz333's Avatar
    9700 for work and get a Torch for yourself..
    you won't regret it..
    You know...that is the way I am leaning. Talk about good timing. I can get a reduced priced Torck on December 5th...I just may pull the trigger. Worst case is that I still have my old 9700 in I want to change back.
    12-03-10 07:05 PM
  7. raskal1130's Avatar
    I would say 9650 for work, and Torch for personal use. Good Luck
    12-03-10 07:33 PM
  8. the_sandman_454's Avatar
    If you go with Verizon as your provider, get the 9650. If you go ATT, I can't help with the choices as I've never used their devices other than in the store... Don't get a Verizon worldphone device if you're going to use it on ATT because you won't get 3g on a GSM carrier in the US with it.
    12-03-10 09:18 PM
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