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Old 01-15-2006, 11:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 7105T and T-zones 4.99 Plan

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Any body can help me to setup my 7105t to set up with t-zones, I have 4.99 t-zones plan. Let me know if there is a way that I can access t-zones from my BB without having 19.99/month plan.

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Any body out there ????? I neeed some nerds advice ...
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Nerds suggest you locate the "search" button.

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Thank u very much i found seach button
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Nerds are thrilled for you.
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LMAO...great thread!!!
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Default So, is it possible to have t-zones on the 7100t?

I have the same question as the person who started this thread: is it possible to have T-Mobile's t-zones product running simultaneously with the BlackBerry messaging software on the 7100t?

The reason I'm asking is because I want to purchase a second, non-BlackBerry phone from T-Mobile (probably a RAZR or a Samsung T809) and switch my SIM card back and forth between it and my BlackBerry (yeah, I know ...). If I could get t-zones on my plan, I could do this and not lose my ability to get email.

The customer service rep at T-Mobile said I can indeed do this, but when I went to their web site to try to sign up, I wasn't allowed to do that because of the existence of the BlackBerry messaging package on my account. But before I go back to T-Mobile and try to resolve this with them, I decided to come here to ask if anyone else has been able to get t-zones working on their BlackBerry, and if so, to see how well it works for them.

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