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Old 12-17-2010, 11:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, i was wondering if i can use my blackberry9700 device phone to connect my laptop to the internet using the dataplan i got... is it possible ? or is it only wap i can use ? please share
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You can tether your laptop to the BB and use the data connection, however, you will need to add a tether plan to your account with AT&T. Otherwise, you could get hit with a totally unplanned for, huge data bill.
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You can tether your laptop to the BB and use the data connection, however, you will need to add a tether plan to your account with AT&T. Otherwise, you could get hit with a totally unplanned for, huge data bill.
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but i have unlimited Blackberry Dataplan... Can i still use it ? and im not ATT im in a different country...

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Old 12-21-2010, 07:33 PM   #6 (permalink)
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but i have unlimited Blackberry Dataplan... Can i still use it ? and im not ATT im in a different country...

please help

Your carrier indicates ATT. If not what carrier? Most carriers require a tether plan or has Dubdub said the bill may be a big surprise.
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Old 12-23-2010, 03:06 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I was looking into that, how well does it work? I was wondering if it was spotty or not worth the money..?
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Hi,?I'm having trouble login into my Blackberry ID. All the information is correct. When I click login, it says authenticating, then loading....?That's as far as it gets. I've tried the Alt R,S,T but it just returns to menu screen. I tried again but same issue. Have also reset phone by taking battery out.?Can anyone help?...
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Hi,?I'm having trouble login into my Blackberry ID. All the information is correct. When I click login, it says authenticating, then loading....?That's as far as it gets. I've tried the Alt R,S,T but it just returns to menu screen. I tried again but same issue. Have also reset phone by taking battery out.?Can anyone help?...


what ID are you asking about?
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