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Old 01-01-2009, 09:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi there,

i am looking to get either the blackberry storm or blackberry bold (both would be unlocked) for use with t-mobile.

what are your experiences with either the storm or the bold with tmobile?
Old 01-01-2009, 09:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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On either, you will get EDGE speed.
You will have WiFi on the Bold.
I've used both and like both devices, you can't beat the large hi-res screen on the Storm, but you can't beat the WiFi speed on the Bold, either.

Hard choice.
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I too have used both on the tmo network. I couldn't handle the touch screen on the storm I'm too old school I guess. I'm currently using the bold on tmo. I concur with the above post, with either will not have 3g. When the 8900 comes out on tmo I'll get it. I need the uma to have good service at home.
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I love the Bold on Tmo, keyboard and screen are great. I do however miss having UMA feature.
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i have both the storm and bold on tmobile i personally use the storm more and the bold just sits in my house collecting dust
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Storm is a great device once you spend some time with it. It's not the same as any other blackberry you have used, it take time to get used to. I have no regrets with mine and have a friend who runs his on TMO ... Tough Choice indeed.
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I have only had it for a few days now, but the storm is a completely different animal then the other BB. the bold is a nice device w the latest technology but w the storm it just feels different. with the bold you will have the familiar track ball, key board, its just a big curve for me. w the storm everything is different, and i guess i really needed a change from the typical BB devices, and w the storm i have that.
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