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Old 09-22-2005, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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It took me about a week to conclude BB is not for me, and I just replaced it with a Sony Ericsson K700i. Many of you were most gracious answering earlier questions I posted, and I'm grateful to you. This is a very useful forum.

Unless your company feature BES, I don't see the BB as a PDA. For one, data plans tend to be more expensive than those for other operating systems, perhaps because they think of the BB as a premium device. It isn't, unless it's enterprise-dependent.

As an aside, I stumbled upon the K700i, and after a few hours I find it an amazing phone... so tiny for a PDA device. I also discovered the joy of buying unlocked, GSM-compatible phones that can be used with any GSM service provider... If you are in the market for a phone, I really recommend bypassing the provider phones and looking at unlocked GSMs first...


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