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Old 11-19-2007, 06:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking at add a data plan to my account I wanted to know if the APN settings on this site still work? So I can just use the SMARTPHONE MAX $20 plan.
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They are working for me.

You need a BB Data Plan, it costs $29.99 with a voice plan. Other plans will NOT get you the push email and full internet/data integration in the BB.
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Yes, apn settings still work. However, you don't get full BB service when you use a data plan like that. You can only use 3rd party apps that access via TCP.
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Sorry, Newbie alert.

So I need to have the plan to do PUSH email. The only email I care about Gmail and Just ebay browsing, news, google maps.
So I need the BB cheapest plan?

I am a personal user not a corporate user.
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Sorry, i read your responses again. I understand that only apps that use the TCP protocol work on the blackberry with the cheap $20 plan?
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