Originally Posted by Jagga
LMAO! Man good thinking!
But seriously Rogers has messed with an HP WMPro device's WiFi before. What is to stop end users from loading another providers Firmware and getting Service Books updates from their BIS site or BES and use UMA along with WiFi Browser? Corey are you saying that Rogers plans to remove the WiFi Browser application??
the HP ipaq was an attempt, an unsuccessful attempt if memory serves me corectly. but regardless, in the past 12 months rogers has released numerous handsets with wifi intact. so i cant see why they'd start with the blackberry, especially when any1 purchasing a device of this caliber would likely be an enterprise user who needs a data plan to access their email via BES/BIS.
blackberry's with wifi arent threateneing to data revenues as youd need a data plan to access the device's email function! lol