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Old 10-16-2007, 02:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Guys, I am sick and tierd of my 8703E and sprint. I either get excellent reception or get poor reception and just dont get the updates that people on the ATT side of world get. i mean sprint is always a 6 months to a year behind in providing new blackberry handsets and they always try to stick you.

So I have decided to pay the termination fee at sprint and just jump over to the ATT side of the world since they seem to always have the latest and greatest as well as have the latest OS's available to there users.

Now my deliema is to either the 8820 or the 8310 but thats the easy part can anyone tell me whats a good comparable BB plan since they have 8 personal plans on ATT where sprint only has one.
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As far as the device:
8820 - bit larger, QWERTY keyboard, no camera, but has GPS and WiFi

8310 - slightly smaller than the 8820. Camera. GPS. No WiFi.
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I go back and forth with either my 8800 or 8300. Different feel but both superb Blackberrys. Neither is "better" than the other. It's a question of features you need/want and feel. Stop by an AT&T store and fondle both. Try to get a feel for the keyboards of each.
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hehe, he said fondle.
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i think you cant really beat the curve.
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