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Old 07-08-2007, 12:00 PM   #4 (permalink)
shona67
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Originally Posted by rockstarbaun View Post
Hi all. This is my first post to this forum. I travel between 1-2wk/month to the UK. I'm currently on Sprint using a Treo 650. Since it doesn't work overseas, I have cheapy UK Virgin phone I use just for calls + texting. For emails, I have to rely on the laptop. Well, my contract is over and want to get either the 8830 or 8800 (pending carrier) and consolidate phones. My questions are:

* if overseas with the 8830 and SIM card, will I still get my emails etc (e.g., just like if I was in NYC) or will I be stuck with basically just local phone/text usage, local # and no contacts - basically like having my other Virgin phone. Obviously, if I have a TMobile/AT&T phone, it would work like normal in the UK. But it would be great to have get local rates but still have the blackberry function just like back @home.
* If I switch carriers, who has overall better service in the NYC area - TMobile or AT&T? If asked friends on both and get mixed responses.

Thanks a lot!
T-Mobile and AT & T are the only service providers that offer BlackBerry International Unlimited Data Service ($19.99 additional). As far I know is T-Mobile offers the best service for International Travellers. It offers pretty decent on international phone rate. Here is a further detail:

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