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Old 11-08-2004, 06:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 01-05-2005, 10:08 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I'm currently a t-mobile customer. I'm probably going to unlock my blackberry and continue use after my july contract expires. What providers are the best for the BB?
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Depends.

Best Overall Nationwide Coverage = Go with Cingular
Best Local Coverage for home/work = Test all the carriers and go with the best
Cheapest = Go with T-Mobile
Need Push To Talk? = Go with Nextel
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have you heard about the t-mobile port closures? I don't fully understand the issue, but apparently t-mobile closed port 80 for blackberry users?

i'm just referencing this howard forums post.

more info here too

Basically i heard that verichat won't work with t-mobile BBs right now. Can anyone back this up?

UPDATE:

I read that more thorougly, and noticed you posted on there mark. Is this still an issue (last updates were 12/27?)
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