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Old 02-06-2005, 01:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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There are now third party software that keeps you logged onto all networks AIM/ICQ/MSN/Yahoo simultaneously. Messages are delivered faster (Usually less than 1 second). You can finally hit Enter to transmit messages. You can even multitask multiple conversations. Can be run in the background 24/7 in an always-on mode. A Trillian-style program for BlackBerry.

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Note: T-Mobile, it's a little bit difficult to run Verichat, sometimes at least until next month when they fix their port-blocking problem. A workaround is to pay $10-$25 extra per month for MDS. (See the FAQ for more info.)
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so they are going to lift the port blocking next month? is that a fact?
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Not a fact. It is a rumor from two different sources, based on some people successfully going all the way to some BlackBerry-experienced engineer within T-Mobile.

Plus, T-Mobile published documentation and instructions on how to use their BlackBerry as a modem for a laptop. This provides another suggestion that this will eventually become a reality.

Hopefully this will be true -- at least eventually.
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