1. organickid10's Avatar
    I truly hate this piece of metal Samsung calls a smartphone, that is my Blackjack II, so I was wanting to join the blackberry world.
    I have at&t, and I want a curve. The bold is out of my budget, and I don't have a data package anyway, so I don't need 3g.

    I do, however want the capability of wifi. and I finally (bare with me here, I'm slow) found out that the t-mobile version has wifi. To add to that... i found out somehow that you can use a wifi network to call over. Can someone please explain that part to me? Do you have to subscribe to t-mobile's hotspot @ home service?

    Am I even asking this question in the right place?
    11-23-08 01:29 AM
  2. Duvi's Avatar
    You would need to be using t-mobile service as well for hotspot @ home.

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    The are other options once you have a wifi capable device. VoiceCheap or Skype.

    11-23-08 03:50 AM
  3. thepaintedpony's Avatar
    The Curve is a great phone, so you're definitely picking a nice selection from the BB line of products.

    And, I'm glad to hear your dislike of the Blackjack. I'd considered that phone briefly before getting my BB, and it's good to know I made the right choice!

    BTW, welcome to CB!
    11-23-08 10:30 AM
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