1. Robsta1's Avatar

    I have never owned a Blackberry and am a little confused so any help here appreciated.

    I would like a device to help with my business - MAINLY so I can access and create emails easily when away from my pc. I need to make calls - and although most other features are unecessary - I am a bit of a gadget head so the odd toy might be good.

    Might be worth mentioning I am a uk resident and will be using it in the UK mainly too. I'd rather not spend big big bucks, but don't want something disappointing either.

    So which handset would you guys recomend ?? All comments greatly appreciated.

    Kind regards - Robin
    06-30-09 01:16 PM
  2. thinkamp's Avatar
    Who do you have service with?
    06-30-09 01:21 PM
  3. dragonsamus's Avatar
    Get the curve.

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    06-30-09 01:22 PM
  4. sandmanfvr's Avatar
    Like asked above, what service do you have and if you don't , what is available? From there, look at what AT&t, Verizon, and Sprint offer (not offense to T-Mobile, but they are small and not very large 3G network). Then decide, touchscreen or qwerty keyboard. Best thing, decide on a provider and then go in and handle the phones, type on them etc.
    06-30-09 01:55 PM
  5. Fire-Detention's Avatar
    Go for the curve its all in one.
    06-30-09 02:15 PM
  6. Robsta1's Avatar
    I am on an o2 service , and was going to buy an unlocked BB
    06-30-09 02:19 PM