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Old 02-16-2007, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey everyone. i'm new here, and i was planning on getting a blackberry, but theres so many out there i was hoping for some advice to which one ya'll think would be the best fit for my lifestyle.(i already got some advice from my phone company)

well a 21 senior in college who is always on the go, with school, volunteering, work. i keep in touch with my friends through texts, phone calls, and EMAILS!! i email a lot both personally and for any other needs. i want a phone that hip and cool and young ;) any advice would be appreciated. thanks yall.
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Old 02-16-2007, 07:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You posted less than 45 minutes ago. I guess Instant Gratification is the name of the game.

Get the Pearl. It is hip, cool and has a camera.
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Yes, the Pearl is the ticket for you. I use it....and, of course, I'm hip and cool!

Seriously, it's a great phone. Be sure and get a Blackberry Data Plan as you may be disappointed without it. TMo, is generally the cheapest at $19.99 for the Blackberry Data add-on to your voice plan.

Good luck, let us know if you need any other help.
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Hi I agree with the Pearl and also T-Mobile. I have a 1000 minute a month plan with unlimted, E-Mail, SMS, Internet access for about $65.00 with all taxes. I would first however go to Tmobile.com and check to see the coverage in the areas you will be using the BB Pearl. The Inteltype keyboard takes a little getting use to, but will work fine once you get the hang of it.
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Pick your carrier first but the Pearl sounds like it's the best match.
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