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Old 09-26-2004, 11:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, after a nice talk with a Telus Service representative this afteroon, and slippery1's experiences with the new browser.. it appears that Telus has plans for a public MDS, IPPP service books, and a new browser, allowing viewing of full sites

The futre is friendly, so stay tuned!
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Nice to see other carriers coming aboard the MDS train! I guess Bell Mobility will follow? You still said it best Guess "stay tuned"
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Nice to see other carriers coming aboard the MDS train! I guess Bell Mobility will follow? You still said it best Guess "stay tuned"
I am pretty sure it will be... I mean come on.. how much abuse can some customers take?

MDS is available for the crappiest of phones and devices, and the most prestigious of them all doesnt support it?

Its something that should of been done along time ago, had public mds been enabled on all devices from day 1, I guarantee the blackberry community would be 10x bigger then it is today, because of the solid platform, and a bigger enthusiast (consumer) base.
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