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Old 10-22-2007, 01:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey i have some questions regarding changing over to a blackberry. I have recently ordered the 8320 for use with Tmobile which i purchased from Ebay. now my questions are...
1. Can i just remove my SIM card from my current phone, place it into the BlackBerry and be ready to go? Do i need to contact Tmobile or anything? My current phone is also under T-Mobile as well.
2. Currently I have unlimited txt,picture and instant messaging services added to the phone..will those features carry over to the Black Berry?
3. I have the TMobileWeb service as an option on my current plan aswell and was wondering if i could use that also? Do i have to do anything special to set that up? I noticed that the 8320 is maked as being compatable with TMobile Web so does that mean i dont have to do anything to set it up?
4. I read some reviews and have heard a few of the reviewers speaking of a vanity mirror on the back..what exactly is that? im guessing its the shiney silver piece on the back next to the camera?

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:D thanks. I did some looking around and i got information regarding my first question but I havent found anything regarding the others :(. The info i found on the 1st question though is not direct. some people say you have to contact Tmobile and others say you just input the SIM so i'd still like some claification on that.Also in case anyone was wondering..no i have not yet gotten the Blackberry.
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if the sim are to old there are problems possible, if you want a blackberry function on your blackberry you should contact tmobile.
your phone plan works on a berry as well. on a tmobile blackberry you have an blackberry browser and a tmobile browser for internet.
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the easiest way, put you sim in and look.
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:D okie. I dont have the unit yet or I would have tried . Thats good to know that my MobileWeb/Email will work. The phone I have now isnt actually that old. its from the begining of this year.
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