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I just purchased a Blackberry Storm and a Curve for my wife and had them shipped to me in Alaska, I will be driving down to the lower 48 in a month, but was wondering if there is a way to program my blackberries for web and email other then having to wait until I am back in the home network area. The extended network prevents me from doing it by dialing the normal *228 number. Is there a way to do it through your computer, like how you would download app world through USB connection? Or any way?
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