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Old 04-29-2007, 10:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm considering getting a BlackBerry 8320. I used to view and edit MSWord, Excel, and Powerpoint documents a couple of years ago on a Tungsten E I bought. I paid about $30 for the Documents-to-Go software. To get similar software for the BlackBerry, I saw eOffice for $119+. Why is eOffice so much more expensive than Documents-to-Go? Does eOffice do more? Is there any BlackBerry software for $30 that does what Documents-to-Go does on the Palm OS?

Concerning internet radio, I briefly tried out the T-Mobile MDA. I returned it, but I thought that it was pretty cool that I could listen to internet radio stations like It's not a big deal, but I was surprised to learn after reading a few threads on these boards that it's not too easy to listen to internet radio stations on any BlackBerry. There is some third party software available, but people seem to have gotten mixed results with it. Is there a reason why internet streaming is more difficult on a BlackBerry than a Treo or a Windows Mobile Phone?


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