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I am a sprint employee and I have an employee plan with a full data access. Currently I am using an 8350i on my account and had my bb provisioned through the NET I software I can access internet make calls send messages now without the need to load external service books.

Now I was told that in doing so it should also give full bb use like bb messenger, email, app world, etc but it fails to load the required service books for email and messenger. Has anyone whom is a sprint employee have their BB provisioned in this manner before? and if so do you have a fully functioning BB?

Any info on this would be great I tried searching the forums for anything on this but my searches came up empty.
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