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Old 10-13-2007, 11:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im new to the forum but this seems like the best place to get my question answered concerning the blackberry curve 8320.

I was planning on going to T-mobile tomorrow to pick up the Blackberry Curve 8320 but im having second thoughts now. Ive always used a sidekick and am very use to how the AIM/Web browsing works and very happy about it how it works. well a few days ago i went to go try out the new blackberry curve 8320 for t-mobile and i noticed that the AIM for it is mobile in which it only holds like 30 buddies. Can this be fixed if i decide to download jivetalk from From what i heard it actually uses your whole buddylist is very similar to the AIM on a computer.

Also, i wasnt able to try out the web browsing on the blackberry curve but if someone can tell me how it is, it would much help me on my decision to either get the blackberry curve 8320 or wait to upgrade to a sidekick lx/slide.

hope someone can help, THANKS.
Old 10-14-2007, 12:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I enjoy the web browsing on BBs! I do about 200 MBs of data a month!

Jivetalk work awesomly and always used my full list! What I really like about it, I could do aim,msn,yahoo at the same time from one application
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