The Cell providers donxxx8217;t like PIN messenger stuff now can you imagine how they would like that type of service. I have seen the BB messenger messages take longer and longer the more popular it gets. Itxxx8217;s only a mater of time before they try to charge for the PIN use separately or block it.
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The Cell providers donít like PIN messenger stuff now can you imagine how they would like that type of service. I have seen the BB messenger messages take longer and longer the more popular it gets. Itís only a mater of time before they try to charge for the PIN use separately or block it.
can you tell me as to why they dont like it? i am stumped
I use PIN messaging alot between my friends and I am wondering if the carriers consider these SMS to come out of your pooled messages if you have a plan or do they charge seperately? I asked a representative but i really dont trust their answers as I know just as much about my phone (or more in some cases).
There are threads on this forum (I believe) about meeting new people to chat with via BB messenger, but I think that's about as close as you're going to get for the "community" desires.
Again, this probably comes down to a "this is more consumer oriented than enterprise oriented". This can be more backed up by the fact that they have added support for corporate IM in the 4.1 server. Allows for collaboration within the company so that they don't need BB Messenger for real time collaboration.
People looking to chat with others, deal one on one with help and so on. Not everyone likes it though because you leave yourself open to messages at all sorts of times which may or may not be approrpriate.