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Old 09-11-2005, 09:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello. I just got posession of a Blackberry 7100t. I used to use Symbian OS, now I'm using this cool phone. It's a big, big change and I'm still adjusting. I'm not using it so much for business and all the huge things it's advertised to do, but we have a brand new one in the house and someone could put it to use. Plus it's a really nice and unique looking phone.

So, I just have a few questions, I know I'm extremely annoying with this post, as on Symbian boards it was the other way around and it got old answering the same questions. But if you could bear with me, I'd appreciate it.

Now, I have a mac. We have a PC in the house, but most of us use macs. Is it essential that I use the PC, or is there a way to sync the phone with Mac? I have quite a lot of things on my calender on my mac mini, so there's no way to make my mac and 7100t "talk"?

Are there any tips you can offer to make my experience better?

I'm loving this phone so I appreciate the help.

EDIT: One more thing, before I spend hours on hold for an unecessary reason. I have standard t-zones, and my bb7100t is refusing a connection. Is this because I have to purchase a blackberry-special internet package or is there just a glitch I can call about? I don't want to be on hold forever for them to force me to upgrade my plan on the spot. Thank you again.

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From what I've seen, search other posts to check out Mac compatibility. Also, I talked to a guy from TMO about t-zones on the BB and it doesn't work with it. You need to have the BB internet plan, 19.99/month with voice service.
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