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Old 02-19-2006, 02:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi

Right here is the situation.

I have a friend at work who runs the Blackberry service that we run for customers and he has said that he will add me to the service if I can get a Blackberry device. I have currently got a work mobile from Orange.

So I have picked up a cheap unlocked 7730 from ebay.

So how do I get it all working?

SIM Card : My SIM is already data enabled - What else do I need enabling? Is there any Blackberry service that needs enabling on the SIM.

Once I have got the 7730, I will ask for my Blackberry account to be created. What do I do then?

Sorry for all of the questions but I have not quite got my head around this Blackberry setup!!

Ben
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Old 02-19-2006, 02:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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SIM Card : My SIM is already data enabled - What else do I need enabling? Is there any Blackberry service that needs enabling on the SIM.
The BB service needs to be enabled for your sim card,I'd assume you'll need the service book for your WEB CLIENT/BES sent to your BB unit to complete the set up.

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I have a friend at work who runs the Blackberry service that we run for customers and he has said that he will add me to the service if I can get a Blackberry device. I have currently got a work mobile from Orange.
This person should be able to take care of it all,and tell you when its set up.

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