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Old 08-20-2004, 12:53 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I have a 7230 from TMO. Switch from the devil provider (Sprint :twisted: ) and haven't looked back. Really wanting MDS capabilities. Hopefully TMO will provide public MDS with the release of 4.0 (fingers crossed).

Other than that I'm happy. I came from a Nokia 6820. Really miss the speakerphone and bluetooth. My bluetooth Jabra was awesome.
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What was the battery life like with the Bluetooth headset?
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Old 08-20-2004, 03:49 PM   #23 (permalink)
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John,

What was the battery life like with the Bluetooth headset?
not sure as I didn't keep my 6820 long enough to evaluate (returned within my 30 day window with ATT). It's been rated at 8+ hours of talk time by CNET. It never ran out on me but I also charged it once every few days.

Call quality was its biggest asset. Nobody had a clue I was on a headset. It was comfortable, easy to use and of great quality. I really miss it but the BB outweighed its benefits.
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Old 08-20-2004, 04:04 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I'm using a 7280 with Rogers Wireless. First Blackberry I've ever used, and I'm loving it! Infact, this is the longest I've ever kept a phone for. Normally I move on to something else within a month, but I've had this 7280 for nearly three now and have no intentions of getting rid of it.
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7510 - Love the thing.

Use it non stop with work and put about 6K of minutes on it a month..... And probably between 20-30 emails/pins a day roughly.

It gets its use and has been great since day one!
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7230 for T-Mobile!
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7280. I had a 7780 briefly and although the screen is amazing, it was really slow and I didn't like the size - too big, even though it's a bit thinner than the 7280 I didn't like the height. I'm back with the 7280 and will stick with it until RIM comes out with a new device that is the size of the 7280 (maybe a bit thinner), with the screen of the 7780, and has Bluetooth....
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Blackberry 7780 with Robbers Wireless. Previously enjoyed: 957-6710-6280 and my beloved 7280 hi-jacked by my wife!
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T-Mobile 7230 -- but I'm just dying to get my hands on the next generation devices. My geek streak has been underfed for over a year now. With the 7230 I have had no excuse to go out and buy a new gadget :(
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I have a BlackBerry 7750 from Verizon.
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I have the 6710 and the 7230.

Love em both. Although i'm quite partial to the color ;)
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Tmo 7230, moving over to a 7730 in a few weeks unless I hear a specific date for a Bluetooth equipped device.
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I have the 7280 on Cingular. First BB and I already love it. Carry it around like it's my d*mn oxygen tank.
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Somebody claim a charm and see how quickly rim jump on guess to get their ip. :D

7230 for me.
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I have a 7780 from AT&T. I have had it for 6 days and I am in love with it. What a great tool for both work and play.

I'm still trying to figure out if AT&T will charge me for unlocking the HTML?
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my BB 7750 from VZ comes in tomorrow....
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7750 on BellMo..it's a lot slower switching between apps than I'm used to (Palm T|3)
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7510 - Love the thing.

Use it non stop with work and put about 6K of minutes on it a month..... And probably between 20-30 emails/pins a day roughly.

It gets its use and has been great since day one!
Slap me five. my bro-tha.

I pick up five e-mail addresses between the BES and my webclient. I just started getting some spam to my yahoo account, so I'm going to shut the webclient access off of there for a bit while I use the good old "Report Spam" button.
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