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Old 06-22-2006, 08:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Read from Engadget Mobile today that RIM plan to release Blackberry in Taiwan:

http://today.reuters.com/news/newsAr...archived=False

For those who needs Traditional Chinese support this is a good news. For now, I am using Hong Kong CSL firmware but it doesn't support Traditional Chinese that well. Yes it lets you read Traditional and Simplified Chinese but it only offer one input method for entering Traditional Chinese text (ChangJie). I for one do not know how to do that - I only know the Phonic method.

Taiwan Mobile Co. will be the one to release it this summer. If they release 8700g, I'll jump right on it...
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Read from Engadget Mobile today that RIM plan to release Blackberry in Taiwan:
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Taiwan Mobile Co. will be the one to release it this summer. If they release 8700g, I'll jump right on it...
Thanks for the info. Looking forward to this
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Do they offer BIS service in Taiwan? Does anyone know where to download their OS??? Thanks!
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