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Old 08-29-2004, 03:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is anyone here using their services?
Do I understand correctly that for 10.00Us a month I can have unlimited data (email/web)?
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Do I understand correctly that for 10.00Us a month I can have unlimited data (email/web)?
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Yes, but you must have unlimited data on your handheld from your provider first. myBlackberry.us is a great alternative to a BES server, but unfortunately for myBlackberry.us 4.0 BWC will basically eliminate any need for their services.
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Old 08-29-2004, 03:30 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Adding information for curiousity-seekers...

For other readers who's learning more about this, and don't know what MyBlackberry.us is for -- check out an interesting read in the BES/MDS Hosting FAQ where MyBlackberry.us is mentioned as well:
http://www.blackberryclub.com/viewtopic.php?t=53
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Paid my first bill with them this week, all went extremely smooth, has an online billing system, clicked "pay with paypal" and the transaction was done. All in under a minute, plus I received a confirmation email from them.
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Paid my first bill with them this week, all went extremely smooth, has an online billing system, clicked "pay with paypal" and the transaction was done. All in under a minute, plus I received a confirmation email from them.
Cool, Glad you have good experiences with them

Curious though.. will you stick with them after 4.0 and 4.0 MDS is released?
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Paid my first bill with them this week, all went extremely smooth, has an online billing system, clicked "pay with paypal" and the transaction was done. All in under a minute, plus I received a confirmation email from them.
Cool, Glad you have good experiences with them

Curious though.. will you stick with them after 4.0 and 4.0 MDS is released?
That completely depends whether or not T-mobile fully supports 4.0 MDS. I'm only using them for the MDS, so if T-mobile offers the same, for less then I might have to reconsider.

But then again, T-mobile has this bad history of messing with it's customers...
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Old 09-06-2004, 10:37 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Until Bell offers an alternative, I decided to signup with blackberry.us

Filled out their online form and, including setup on my end, I was up and running within about 15 minutes.
I'll let you know if my opinion changes, but so far I love it.... Web access, web-messenger, etc adds a whole new dimension to an already great device.

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I did the same with myblackberry.us and AT&T, until the 4.0 MDS rolls out, I'll stick with them. I like their service, customer help is very good via email to help get set up, their walk-through was well done and easy to follow. I've used them for a few months now, and so far I enjoy it. Payments as said before are quick and smooth, with a confirmation email. I too only use them for MDS, I can't live without my WebMessenger due to using AIM at work ;). I would give them 4.5 stars out of 5.
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i signed up with myblackberry.us and needed quite a bit of support to get going. they were quite helpful, and in spite of my own silly mistakes we got my blackberry wroking as i desired. i hope they are successful and find their niche, i for one have put a cheque in the mail to tonawanda.
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