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Old 09-19-2006, 01:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

I just got a blackberry 7105t w/ T-Mobile.

The phone is amazing, and I am kind of new at it so I had two questions... if someone can please help me out!

#1: Is there a webstie with shortcuts for the keys when you are in the browser, forexample I noticed hitting space would scroll down, and 2 I think was scrolling up.... anyways that is my first question.

#2: This is regarding RambleIM. I have logged in and everything works, i fixed my TCP settings... the question I have about it though is this:

I have the 19.99 unlimited internet with t-mobile which they told me comes with no text msg, i also had the grandfather 2.99 t-zones, I am only keeping it for the 300 text msgs i can send/recieve. But my question is, since RambleIM seems to be web based, will it still eat up my text msg's with t-zones, or can I send and recieve all the IM's I want with no worries?

Thank you in advance for anyone that is willing to help a BB newbie tryingto learn!
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Ramble uses data, not SMS.
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Ramble uses data, not SMS.
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