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Old 12-01-2008, 01:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Are the different applications from different provider phones available for other provider phones? Like my girlfriend has an AT&T Bold and has this yellow pages app, where I, with Tmo, do not. Is there a way to get this app on MY phone?
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yellow pages app is a service book sent from ATT.

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yellow pages app is a service book sent from ATT.

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Thanks! I was just using the yellow pages as an example. I actually dont want that, but was wondering about ANY type of application on the different phones.
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If they come out of the box with different apps, then that is usually a carrier service book issue. If your BB's are unlocked, you can test this by putting her SIM card in your BB and see what apps show up automatically.
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If they come out of the box with different apps, then that is usually a carrier service book issue. If your BB's are unlocked, you can test this by putting her SIM card in your BB and see what apps show up automatically.

Gonna have to try that! Thanks!
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