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Old 10-16-2006, 03:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Alright, I know they say that you cannot use T-Zones with a blackberry but does anyone here have the T-Zones feature instead of the Blackberry Unlimited and can you still use the built-in web browser to go online?

I do not want to pay the premium for the blackberry plan when all I want is internet on my phone, which you can get with the t-zones option.

Someone please help,
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No, you cannot have T-Zones and internet unless you get the Blackberry Data plan. I know that it is possible, but T-Mobile will not allow you to do it. And, the Blackberry plan will let you have T-Zones.
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If you want internet/email on your BB, you must have the BB data plan. It's only $20 a month, I don't really call that a premium compared to what Verizon charges ($45 month). If you only want to pay the amount that T-Zones charges, then you'll need to get another device (non-blackberry).
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