12-25-2005, 08:22 AM
Join Date: Oct 2005
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You must have very intermitten connection. If this is the case, the last hope is your T-Mobile blackberry bill: if it charges you for roaming you were definitely not on T-Mobile network, if it does not- you may have very weak T-Mobile signal, but it is most likely T-Mobile.
It is possible when you carry blackberry around it gets connected to wireless network for a few seconds- and this is more than enough to get emails.
There are no miracles in wireless technology, but there are devices that designed very good, just like blackberry, and devices that aren't.
I was told by some folks that early blackberries were the only mobile devices to get signal and emails in elevators and basements of government buildings.