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Old 05-21-2006, 09:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dear all,
Our office is based in Japan (Tokyo) and we are planning to introduce pagers to our staff (either 1-way or 2-way).

Any ideas which pagers are recommended? Can I use Blackberry Pagers?

Please advise, as I am newbie.

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Does your company have computers, internet or even gas powered automobiles yet?

Sorry, but pager is an outdated technology but yes, a BB can do that and a whole lot more. Start here http://www.blackberryforums.com/show...=3494#post3494

then read more of the guides here http://blackberryforums.com/showthread.php?t=252

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Dear Soapm,

If Pager is an outdated technology why are they still in use? In addition, why do major power houses (including Blackberry, Vodafone, T-Mobile) are still "selling" them?

I checked the reference links you sent and one of them was useful. Thanks anyway for your replies.

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I wasn't aware RIM (the maker of the BlackBErry) was still selling pagers. Do you have any references for a RIM pager?
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You can still ride a horse but that doesn't mean there isn't better alternatives.

Maybe if you give us more detail of what you're trying to achieve then someone might make a suggestion. Who knows, pagers may be what you need.
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