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Old 06-03-2007, 11:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey all,

I currently use t-mobile but will be moving to a place where they don't have service.. thinking about switching to cingular or verizon (would prefer to stick w/cingular for international roaming and SIM card ease)

I know a while ago, cingular would charge blackberry BIS users extra for accessing data on their handheld that wasn't email or internet browsing.. is this still the case?

I use gchat and newsclip extensively, and would hate to keep calling CS every month to dispute my bill, since this isn't any extra on t-mobile

any current cingular users want to chime in? thanks!
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interesting.. this is different from how it was in the past though, right?

I thought I remember there being issues for people on cingular BIS with using applications other than email and the browser that use data
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