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Old 02-12-2006, 02:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm sorry if this question is asked every ten minutes. I just got a bb 7105t and i got the unlimited bb plan added to my voice plan. I have been told by three different people what the bb plan includes and each person said something different. The one I got was the 19.99 a month unlimited bb add-on plan with t-mobile. I've heard you get unlimited text, 300 text a month, and that text messages are just normal. I was also told that if you use any IM client it's 25 cents a message, that you can't use IM at all on the phone, and the other person wasn't sure. I know they were wrong about the no IM thing but are you charged 25 cents a message. I know the default one is SMS but what about ramble. Im just really looking for what exactly do you get with the 19.99 a month unlimited bb add-on.
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well the AIM programs that are loaded on your 7105 already are pretty darn nifty, but if you use them you get charged for a text message everytime you send or recieve a message. the 19.99 tmo data plan is sweet except for the fact that it doesnt cover the use of the AIM programs that are loaded onto the phone from the factory. yes texts are 10c each not 25c. also i think for this month only Tmo has discounted them to 5c. can anyone correct me if i am wrong on that? another thing that sucks is you cant add the text message plans to your 7105 on the Tmo website. booo.
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