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Old 07-25-2005, 01:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to remove the email and web service off of my blackberry 7520 from nextel. I called up customer care to remove service and they told me that it is a required feature and cannot be removed if I an using a blackberry. i just want to use it as a phone for right now to save some extra money. the rep told me i can change services to another phone to remove the email and web, but i still want to use the blackberry as a phone/PDA. Does this sound right?
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It does sound right. Nextel requires once you have a BB that you have a Data Plan. I would suggest if you still want to use the BB as a PDA, then change the Data Plan to one of the cheaper plans, then if you are using the BB Web Client, log in, go to the Filters option and there will be an option to stop forwarding emails to the BB. You'll just have to fight the temptation to surf the net. Just a thought!
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yep youre outta luck you must have data on the 7520
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