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Old 09-15-2004, 03:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My name is Melissa and I am a Sales Representative for EarthLink Wireless. Should you have any questions in regards to our BlackBerry 7750, I would be happy to attempt to answer them. Also if you would like to purchase a BlackBerry 7750, I would be happy to set you up with one today so you can see for yourself how the Blackberry can make a difference in your life.
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Old 09-15-2004, 08:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Which cellular network is earthlink using? Is it Verizon or Sprint or a combination of the two?
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Question, I notice Earthlink only advertises the 950 and 957 on their website. Will Earthlink update their website to reflect the existence of new models such as the 7750?
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I think its Sprint. They MVNO everything. VZW rarely does if at all

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Quick Glossary Help for newcomers:

MVNO = Mobile Virtual Network Operator (more)
VZW = Verizon Wireless
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Melissa, could you answer any questions by doing so on this site? That way we can all benefit from the info.

The cell network question Eric5273 asked is a great one. It looks like the coverage map on the Earthlink website looks like the Verizon one. But can you verify this?
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I think its Sprint. They MVNO everything. VZW rarely does if at all <br/><br/><i>Posted wirelessly from a BlackBerry using wap.BlackBerryClub.com</i>
not to mention that atleast 4 years ago when i worked for ELNK (just after the MSPG merger), Sprint was a major shareholder in ELNK...
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The earthlink deal looks pretty cool actually, was thinking about switching over from tmobile. Will it also work with a corporate BES server? I know it's being marketed as a BWC. I assume as it's a regular blackberry you can pretty much do whatever you can do with a blackberry from another provider. I just remember aol released a custom 950 that would only work with AOL. Did have a really cool AIM app though.
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Is earthlink terminate blackberry services?
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WOW! Talk about bringing the dead back to life. This thread didn't have any activity for almost 2 years.

Looking at their site it looks like Earthlink still supports BlackBerry handhelds.
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