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Old 07-11-2006, 01:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Simply out of curiosity, has anyone found a way to access the internet w/o subscribing to a blackberry data package? Also, what are your favorite browsers and why??
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Old 07-11-2006, 01:14 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I figured I would be the first to get in here before you get flamed. The answer to this thread and the fifty others is NO. No Data Plan = No Internet or Email. No way around it.
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What mymitsu3kgt said. And Opera Mini and Internet Browser because they are both free. Subscribe to a data plan if you can as only then will you begin to realize the strength and benefits of BlackBerry devices.
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BB 7520, with a Boost Prepaid SIM with Opera Mini give you full html internet access
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i do currently have a unlimited bb plan W/ tmo, just curious if there was a way around it, and i also wanted to see what browsers people were using. i had used opera heavily on my nokias, and i just installed it on my bb. i think that would be my pick
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