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Old 07-02-2010, 05:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok so I have a 16gig 3gs iphone and not a blackberry but recently I have been going off my phone and was thinking what blackberry alternatives there are and thought I would come and ask you guys?

I only really use my phone for a few things and was wandering if there was the same alternatives and also which phone I should think of if any to use.

I use facebook, twitter, camera+, sky sports and thatís pretty much it oh I also have 2 x emails on it as well.

Is there a blackberry with a decent camera and app on 3g with qwerty or is there a site I can go to compare apps and phones for both?

My misses has a 3g 8 gig so was thinking of giving her my 3gs and selling her 3g to fund my blackberry what do you think?

Thank you in advance for any replies.
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I would go to the RIM site and look at all the various options. Also some carriers are now only offering limited data plans so be careful when changing plans. It may trigger a plan that does not fit your needs. ATT announced IPhone plans are no longer unlimited to new customers or ones that change plans. Other may follow.
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