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Old 04-05-2006, 11:49 AM   #17
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Default BlackBerry and UMA

Originally Posted by boygenius
Also to add...the Motorola CN620 is vaporware, they outsourced that phone completely, it wasn't their design, or idea...That phone is not available at all. Something real is UMA, which T-Mobile will be launching, for people who don't have cell service at home they can use the wifi in their house, and not take up minutes on your cell phone plan...small monthly fee, but genius. Phones coming out soon from T-mobile will support this, some do.
You've got it right BoyGenius.
UMA is coming and from what I'm hearing and seeing BlackBerry is right in the mix of that right now along with carriers worldwide.
(Sorry about it not being in a link, but I'm too new to allow for such toys.)