| | Re: Adding contacts with multiple numbers
Well, the point is this : a SIM card is capable of storing multiple phone numbers and/or e-mail addresses for one contact. This is normal behaviour - in a 'real' address book this is how you store information.
So, why should a modern smartphone not be able to recognise these entries under one contact name and transfer those entries to its native address book? Windows mobile can do it, an iphone can do it, I would think that a current BlackBerry would be able to do it.
I have to use a 3rd party app to make full use of my SIM card on the Storm for a feature that I think should be standard.
Not BB bashing or anything, don't get me wrong. After all I chose this phone over winmo or apple so it has its good points, obviously.