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Old 10-30-2010, 05:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all,

Came across your forums hoping to join and get some of the BB community out there.

I have decided to upgrade to the BB Torch 9800 due to arrive Tuesday () from a previous HTC Magic Android phone I had fun with it and it had a number of apps which I love but I use it a lot for email/contacts/calendar and have been told by many BB are superior in this option.

I've got 6 days to play and decide if i like the phone or return and go for the Desire HD is what I'm thinking.

Does anyone have some good tips ideas etc for me to really play with in a short period to see if I can deal and fall in love with BB Torch 9800?
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Yes, BB's are NOT like other smartphones. A standard/typical internet data plan will not work.

Make sure to get a Blackberry data plan added to your account to utilize everything the BB has to offer.
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Yes, BB's are NOT like other smartphones. A standard/typical internet data plan will not work.

Make sure to get a Blackberry data plan added to your account to utilize everything the BB has to offer.
i recently upgraded from a bold 9000 to a torch and wondered what to do with the bold .
changing the apn's allowed me to use the phone normally but no email so i installed an app called "tiggit " and now have email on my 9000 . i have connected the phone to my landline a/c ( telecom nz )and use a $1/day up to 10meg data plan . the only thing missing is that the email is not push . but heh thats what the torch is for . the other is that because i am not using bis the data is no longer compressed .
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