04-15-2005, 12:30 PM
Join Date: Mar 2005
Carrier: The New AT&T
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I also weighed the options and pros v. cons with the Tmobile and Cingular. I use T-mobile because for $60 a month, you get 1000 anytime minutes and all data and sms usage (email, internet browsing sms etc.) is unlimited. The signal strength on the Tmobile in my area is good.
The Blackberry as far as I know will not come with 4.0. Mark Rejhon has a page in the forums that will enable you to download the 4.0 and guide you through the installation process. Its fairly easy. You have to configure your email client to the blackberry. (if you use gmail, you have to put the gmail account to the blackberry). There is an email account setup Icon on your blackberry that will assist the configuarion. That is also pretty easy.
Verichat itself is a yearly-payment service. With it, you will not incur any additional sms fees. It is a full screen text messaging app (much better than standard AIM apps) that allows AIM, Yahoo, MSN and one additional messaging service.
RETIRED: 7230, 7290, 8700G, 8320, 8900. 9000 BOLD