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I am a newbie, and somewhat unfamiliar with how the BB works in the big picture. My question here pertains to the 8830 (Sprint) and international data and phone access.

Specifically, I know that I can purchase an international unlimited data plan from Sprint, and that using the Sprint SIM will also allow me to place and receive calls using my existing phone number, although at a higher rate. If I purchase a SIM with both phone and data capabilities while in Europe (UK and Sweden), I know that I will have a different phone number -- but will I get my e-mail pushed to my BB? This is what I am most concerned about, and is the rationale for getting the BB.

Thank you for helping a newbie understand how this device works.
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