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Old 08-11-2008, 09:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is there a way to turn my NextelBerry 7100I into a Boost Berry

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I have been doing some research and i am not sure as to how to make my nextel berry 7100I into a boost berry any info would be helpful

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Old 08-11-2008, 10:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Does Boost offer BB services? That would be a place to start.
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Just put a Boost Mobile SIM in it.

And no they do not offer a BB Data plan.

A Boost Berry is a BlackBerry with generic data.
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A 7100i on boost works but with a few downsides. You can't use the oem browser so get opera mini (btw there is no way around this trust me). Text messaging and email do not work either. A few apps I use on my Boostberry are bbmaps, jivetalk, and google maps. I set up my email accounts as speed dials 1-3 on opera and my 4-6 are the compose screens to the corresponding accounts. I also have tv listings and stored in speed dial. Also, you get the internet free with boost when you use a Berry ;)
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