Originally Posted by Unhappy Novice
Thanks for replying. Whatever the problem was, T Mobile had to remotely fix it.
Friends have iPhones, so we are familiar with them. If we could get them without AT&T, we would have. The BB is the least intuitive and most USER UNFRIENDLY device either of us have ever used. Neither of us would buy one again, and we certainly would never recommend them!
Funny, there are more people it seems who have BBs than iphones.
It is amazing what a closed mind can lead to.
Since TMo had to "remotely fix it" it was not a BlackBerry issue, but as a suspected, a carrier problem. TMo cannot remotely invade your BB OS and fix things.