Seriously? This site is terrible then, honestly.
BlackBerry® Internet Service Plan
Retrieve e-mail from up to 10 ISP accounts with a BlackBerry® Wireless Handheld. Send, receive, forward and reply to messages while on the go! Service is not available at all times in all places. View Map and Coverage Limitations. Does not include connectivity to a corporate BlackBerry® Enterprise Server.
That said absolutely nothing about anything but e-mail.
BlackBerry® Internet Service has now been upgraded to version 2.0 which provides customers with the ability to have their personal email pushed automatically to the BlackBerry® from most popular Internet Service Provider (ISP) accounts. The solution provides automatic wireless synchronization of read, deleted and sent from the user's BlackBerry® handset to their account.
Users with multiple accounts can choose from multiple "sent from" addresses when sending an email. Customers can also browse the Web wirelessly via AT&T's popular MEdiaxxx8482; Net wireless Internet access service or use the BlackBerry® Browser¿ for HTML Internet browsing.
Simple to set-up and use
Includes an optional email account:
Aggregate up to 10 email accounts, including AOL®, MSN®, Hotmail®, or POP3/Internet Service Providers (ISP)
Store unlimited data (with a 30 day auto-aging)
128-bit SSL encryption
Also consider the new BlackBerry® Personal Plan from AT&T offers customers direct and easy access to their Internet accounts. The plan is designed solely for use with the newly enhanced BlackBerry® Internet Service¿ (note: this plan excludes access to BlackBerry® Enterprise Server). The solution is ideal for on-the-go consumers such as young professionals who need to stay in touch and parents who spend their days juggling work and family activities and can use email as one way to help keep themselves connected.
Oh there it is. Last sentence of paragraph two of the second tab after actually clicking on the details link. lawl.
Okay. Well, seeing as how I need text, I think I might just add the $40 plan which includes boatloads of texts.
Would the Wi-Fi have worked without the data plan?