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Old 11-11-2006, 11:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have the 7250 and thinking about updgrading to the 8703e.

What are the key advantages / differences wit hth e8703e?

I have an enterprise license that I bought for use with my company's BES. How easy is it to be switched to a new blackberry and what is the process, because I think it is tied to my PIN?

Please help.

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What are the key advantages / differences wit hth e8703e?
- Smaller device (marginally)
- Bigger, higher resolution display
- More memory: device performs faster and has fewer "hourglass" lags
- Speakerphone
- More customization in terms of themes/ringtones: Zen and Today themes, MP3 and Polyphonic ringtones
- Dedicated Send and End keys for the Phone application
- Two programable convenience buttons
- OS 4.2 will be available for the 8703e in the (near?) future

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I have an enterprise license that I bought for use with my company's BES. How easy is it to be switched to a new blackberry and what is the process, because I think it is tied to my PIN?
The license can easily be switched to any new PIN on the BES.
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