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Old 10-19-2009, 07:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What was going to be my BlackBerry Bold replacement ended up with me being conned (and there was a thread somewhere regarding that) and i had to settle for a Curve 8520.

Don't get me wrong i love the Curve but i hate having to wait til i get home or in a WiFi zone to download stuff (really do miss 3G connectivity) Was contemplating getting the BlackBerry Bold in White but i remembered the CONSTANT software problems i had with mine and i thought "hell no!"

I know the BlackBerry Bold 2 and BlackBerry Storm 2 are just round the corner however the Tour was one phone i REALLY wanted (and truthfully still do)

So how are you finding your BlackBerry Tour's performance? Any niggles, thoughts or feedback?
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Why would you want a Tour in the UK? The Bold is a lot better unless its a size issue.
You may have had a defective Bold if you were having losts of OS problems. The Tour is primarily a CDMA phone. Yes it can take a SIM from over here, but I bet there are some issues wiith it just like the 8830.
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