Originally Posted by ridewithmike
I as a user of blackberry I've always wished that a call recording feature came with blackberry but unfortunately it doesn't and I don't think it has anything to do with varying laws of individual countries, its just something that the developers pf BB hasn't thought of including in BBs. If some laws are against it then why does a Nokia phone have this feature?
There are quite a number of things BB doesn't do like barring of individual calls which frustrates users like me who gets unwanted calls from unwanted people......
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Wrong. It has completely to do with laws and target market. BlackBerry was originally targeted at North America, where it's not legal. Nokia has never been targeted at North America until Lumia. Beyond that, every Nokia phone I've ever had, including ones I've bought whilst living overseas, didn't have this feature.
Also call barring is a network feature, not a device feature, so don't blame BlackBerry.