|blackberry328 ||02-10-2006 10:48 AM |
Question with Instant Messaging with T-mobile
I am planning to get the Blackberry unlimited international e-mail plan from T-mobile and the representative told me that I get unlimited data. I asked them about Instant Messaging and they told me that there are two ways, one is if I go to T-zone and send msg and that will cost extra. The other way (which I don't understand what he was saying) is free. Can somebody explain to me how I can use instant messenging for free on blackberry. Thanks
|joginder ||02-10-2006 11:18 AM |
have been explained many times here..
if you use yahoo IM on T-mo it will be charged per send and receive msg. 5 cents for each direction. make sure you have enough messages added to the plan
You don't get unlimited "data" with the BlackBerry international e-mail plan. This plan, at $19.99, is an add-on to a BES [$29.98] or BIS [$19.99] feature and ONLY provides unlimited e-mail when roaming internationally. Be warned, if you use your BlackBerry overseas, this feature does not cover web browsing or data transmitted via 3rd-party apps.
In response to your instant messaging query, I suggest you get VeriChat or IM+ (I prefer the former) if you don't want to incur additional SMS charges from using that horrible IM app provided by T-Mobile, courtesy Oz.
|mgerbasio ||02-10-2006 02:16 PM |
IM can be done with either data or SMS text messages. The latter is not considered data and will be an extra charge in most cases. Some of the T-Mobile plans with come bundled with phone minutes, unlimited data and unlimited SMS.
If you use the T-Mobile IM Client for the BB, it uses SMS so you'll need the appropriate text package. If you go with a third party IM program, most use data so you won't uses any sms text messages.
|XgeorgeX ||02-10-2006 02:40 PM |
yea i was told something on the same idea. They said that instant messages are 25 cents and text messages are 7 cents(like usual). The person I talked to sounded like they had no idea what they were talking about. I called again and got someone that said that you can't use instant messanger on the phone, I laughed and said ok then hung up. I am going to just use ramble for a few messages and see if im charged anything. That uses the data not sms.
|blackberry328 ||02-10-2006 03:39 PM |
So the unlimited blackberry intl e-mail doesn't have unlimited data? Cause what they did was to add that plan to my existing voice plan (39.99). What else do I need to get in order to have unlimited internet access?
|high times ||02-12-2006 12:14 PM |
you can check your tmo account online and see how many text messages aka "units" that you have used.
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