Originally Posted by dozment
I think j_windmiller92 is right. We poor Cingular users only have the option to send the Web Client Service Book from Cingular's BWC. But, I did take a look at my installed service books and I have both Cingular Browser and Blackberry Browser. Only the Cingular Browser icon on the screen, though.
This is because all of the features of the Blackberry Browser are included in the Cingular Browser, so Cingular must have concluded there was no reason to give us the BlackBerry browser as well.
If you try using the Cingular Browser, you will see that it works great for html sites as well. And when you look under bookmarks, you will see it lists both "wap" and "blackberry" (html) bookmarks.
This is really a better setup than the T-Mobile or AT&T customers have since they have to deal with 2 seperate browsers, one for wap and one for html. We can just use one browser for both and not have to deal with the extra clutter.