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Topic # 57862 27-Feb-2010 04:55
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Not sure which providers will be starting to roll out BIS 3.0, but in the US it will begin on March 21st.  Followed by a release of 3.1

Some cool features are going to include 2-way Gmail sync! Who's excited??

I think I'm more excited about 3.1 which will have Gmail Calendar sync as well

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  Reply # 305980 10-Mar-2010 15:42
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VFNZ rolled this out this past weekend.

So its all go!




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  Reply # 305989 10-Mar-2010 16:03
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let me know how it is, as I dont have a blackberry anymore, I'm sure as hell happy with my android phone though! Oh and I posted my speedtest.net result in my sig too ;)

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  Reply # 306012 10-Mar-2010 16:53
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very nice :) you playing with the LTE test sites?

or running a landline based solution?




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  Reply # 306015 10-Mar-2010 17:02
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currently this is on a landline, I'd love to play with LTE someday though

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  Reply # 306577 12-Mar-2010 12:32
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I was reading about the trial area's with Verizon advising max was 35 to 50meg.





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