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Old 12-05-2005, 07:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay kids, I am pretty sure I am unhappy with my Blackberry. It is just a 6230 I think. I am unhappy with it. The deal is that I am on Cellular One, and there is not a plan that covers the blackberry service, and has the minutes I want.

So its a phone, and orginizer. As such, its not doing as well as I would hope.

When i renewed my contract, I got a free Moto v555.

I want to save from my Blackberry to my sim card...I can figure out how to do it. And the website is useless.

How to?
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Old 12-05-2005, 08:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Okay kids, I am pretty sure I am unhappy with my Blackberry. It is just a 6230 I think. I am unhappy with it. The deal is that I am on Cellular One, and there is not a plan that covers the blackberry service, and has the minutes I want.

So its a phone, and orginizer. As such, its not doing as well as I would hope.

When i renewed my contract, I got a free Moto v555.

I want to save from my Blackberry to my sim card...I can figure out how to do it. And the website is useless.

How to?
Not sure with this model, but you should be able to go into your address book, select a contact to view, move cursor to a phone number, click trackwheel and select Copy to SIM. Think you'll have to do it one phone number at a time, and SIMs are limited in storage space. Another (better) option is to sync address book to Outlook Contacts, then sync your contacts to the Moto phone via sync software (I believe Moto sells software for that phone). Finally, you used to be able to get sync software through Yahoo! to sync Outlook, Yahoo! and a mobile phone. It was free (Moto's is not). But, I am not sure you can get it anymore....

JT

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Old 12-10-2005, 03:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thank you.
I love the idea of the blackberry, but am not sure that the functionality is enough for me.

Though it syncs with Lotus Notes at work, and that is amazingly important.

Ahh decisions.
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