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Old 03-21-2005, 06:27 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Black
Can this be the reason?

The user of the blackberry doesn't use Blackberry service from his provider for a long time, that's why it is deisabled instead of inactive?

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OK I'm really feeling like no one's listening to me.

For the third time, my fully functional and active BlackBerry also displays "disabled" for ALL entries in MEPD. So it is NOT the SIM, it is NOT lack of use with a BlackBerry plan.

I'm starting to think that "disabled" means the same thing as "inactive", but it would be nice if someone who has access to both a TMo and Cingular SIM and a BB that says "disabled" could try it out. If no one else can, I should be able to give it a shot when my one friend with T-Mobile gets back in town next week.
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