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Old 06-16-2009, 08:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there some place were i can trade my blackberry storm that doesnt have a sim card slot, for one that does?
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Umm - has anyone (besides lil adam here) ever seen a Storm without a SIM card slot?
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Umm - has anyone (besides lil adam here) ever seen a Storm without a SIM card slot?
Yep.
Mine doesn't have one. It used to, but it disappeared after I installed the 8330 OS onto it.
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so all of the blackberry 9000s have sim card slots? so they can be unlocked to any network?
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mabey im thinking of the thunder...
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I think you're confused. The 9000 is not the storm. The 9530 and 9500 are Storms. However, all 9000, 9500, and 9530 devices have slots for SIM cards.
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Thank you sir
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To add to the confusion, the 9000 and 9500 cannot be used on a CDMA network. The 9530 is a CDMA/GSM device.

This is in response to your "so they can be unlocked to any network?" question.
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Extra unneeded SIM slots are great for holding tooth floss, just in case of emergency.

So you don't get bluetooth.
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