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Old 09-16-2004, 01:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Could you please explain the benefits of having an exchange server account through mailstreet, versus having regular email service from myblackberry? Would it be worth paying the extra bucks on a two mailbox account?
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Basically the same thing, mailstreet has been around longer and will stay around longer though, plus they take regular credit card payments as opposed to paypal. They also offer more features.
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Do you know if there will be a significantly imoroved web brosing experience with the 7100t, when compared to the 7230 0r 7780?

Sorry, I meant improved browsing. The Charm is so much cheaper than the 7730, i can't see how it can be a better devicOr are the 7730's overpriced?
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My 7280 with BlackberryOS 4.x has the same web browser as the Charm. Tables, JavaScript, animated GIF's, etc.
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Also, if you would be so kind: I have my choice of Nextel and T-mobile. I understand that I can get a more complete web browsing experience by subscribing to a BES/MDS hosted server. But I also read in one of the stickies that the hosted solution may not be necessary with a Nextel account. Will Nextel provide me with the same level of web browsing abililty as Mailstreet?

Also, if I buy my device today, and the 4.0 upgrade comes out next month, would I be easily able to switch out?
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Does the BlackberryOS 4.x ship with the unit, or do I need to download it?
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