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Old 10-05-2006, 07:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone,

I have subscribed to T-Mobile Blackberry Unlimited w/ Enterprise Email and have added the optional BlackBerry Unlimited International Email. My question is: when travelling abroad, if I browse the internet will I have to pay the $15.00 per MB or is internet included in this optional Unlimited International Email? I am really sorry if this is a silly question, since the title says only International Email, but the support people at my hosted BES told me that there is an international unlimited data plan that covers both email and internet. And the only international plan that T-Mobile has is the one that I have, so either the term Email is wrong, or the support people are wrong. In case internet is not included, I suppose that when away form the US, not only browsing the internet, but also wireless syncing will end up costing quite a bit, right? Can someone please clarify this to me? TIA,

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Internet browsing isn't included. Sorry, wish the answer was more in your favor.
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Thanks for the reply. Just to clarify further, I presume that wireless syncing is considered internet use, right? So if I want to avoid any charges when abroad, then I must not browse the internet and I must also turn off wireless syncing, correct?
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Might be a good idea to try a search as there are several threads beating this to death.
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