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Old 07-21-2005, 03:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default It's very sad......But I need some advice......

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I love my 7100g its a great phone but some things have come up that I may need to cut some unnecessary finances. The company I work for will not let you access your email from home let alone my BB so I have really just been using it for my personal email, which is very limited. Also, saving the extra $40+ a month on the BB Plan would help out a little with the finances.

I know this may not be the best place to ask this, but are there any descent Cingular alternatives? I would still like to do some basic web browsing and some limited email access......but by signing up for those options would I just be better of sticking with the BB? I just signed my 2 year contract in February so thus I need to stay with Cingular, but I am just looking for a descent alternative if one exists.

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EDITED to add: Also if there is any way of getting a phone that I can snyc with Outlook for Contacts and Calendar, via cable is fine, then that would be great too........jeez sounds like i just need the BB :(
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Old 07-21-2005, 04:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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sounds like you need to hang on to the bb
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I agree with dawg. Unless you switch providers (cost for early termination with Cingular) I think you're limited.

Sprint is now offering e-mail with all java enabled phones and the upgraded business plan for a few extra bucks a month.

T-mobile is 19.99 unlimited data if not using BES.
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