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Old 06-15-2010, 03:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am having a new unlocked Blackberry 9350 bought from Canada. I tried to use four providers in my BB and is not satisfied with them.

I used Vodafone (which is primary connection), Airtel, Tata Docomo, BSNL. But I am not satisfied with any of them or I was not able to configure gprs from any of the above providers or 3g with BSNL.

So can anyone tell me what to do ?
Which is best provider which can offer all features in my BB, like browser, gps, map etc ?

Or can anyone tell me the configuration for any of the above providers ?

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You need a blackberry data plan for the provider you want to use.
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You need a blackberry data plan for the provider you want to use.
oh why is it like that ?
Its more expansive than others ordinary plans.
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Because thats the way it is. A blackberry requires a blackberry data plan.
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what about using 3g ?
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3G is data, to use data on a blackberry, you need a blackberry data plan.
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