1. MurfDog's Avatar
    whats the difference between them all?

    BIS, BES, Verizon's Data Plan?
    05-28-08 09:38 PM
  2. John Yester's Avatar
    These apply to the Blackberry

    BIS Unlimited = $29.99/month
    BES 10MB allowance =$24.99/month + $0.002/kb Over 10MB
    BES Unlimited = $44.99/month


    This applies to the other PDA plans... I guess this is what ya mean with Verizon data plan.

    PDAs and Smartphones on Verizon will only be charged $29.99/month
    Last edited by yester18; 05-28-08 at 10:27 PM.
    05-28-08 10:21 PM
  3. pgregory's Avatar
    If you go with the combo BB package that verizon is selling as a blackbery plan, I think they start at 79.99 for 450 mins plus unlimited BB (email, data, web) you actually get the BES functionality at a discount by going w/the package.
    05-29-08 09:08 AM
  4. MurfDog's Avatar
    so if i am on my moms family plan i can add 30$ a month and get unlimited email and internet?

    BIS is individual and BES is enterprise right?
    05-29-08 08:10 PM
  5. sunkast's Avatar
    05-29-08 08:21 PM
  6. ok4a56's Avatar
    so if i am on my moms family plan i can add 30$ a month and get unlimited email and internet?

    BIS is individual and BES is enterprise right?
    You are correct
    05-29-08 08:41 PM
  7. kpmousehouse's Avatar
    thanks sun...very helpful...lord so much to learn
    05-29-08 08:42 PM
  8. jakesnake322's Avatar
    If you go with the combo BB package that verizon is selling as a blackbery plan, I think they start at 79.99 for 450 mins plus unlimited BB (email, data, web) you actually get the BES functionality at a discount by going w/the package.
    Do you know if this is still accurate? I'm looking at the 900 minute, $99.99 nationwide & email plan for a new Curve on VZW.

    If I get that plan and activate the phone through my office's BES server, will I still only incur monthly charges of $99.99 plus tax?
    12-09-08 01:22 PM
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