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Topic # 8769 28-Jul-2006 14:55
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hey i tried putting my sim card in a blackberry and it worked, all except making calls to another blackberry owner. is there something i have to do?? please help!!!

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  Reply # 42730 28-Jul-2006 15:27
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notnat: hey i have a boost mobile i450 and i put
 my sim card in a blackberry and it worked, all except making calls to another blackberry owner. is there something i have to do?? please help!!!

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  Reply # 42733 28-Jul-2006 15:36
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I hid your first reply for a reason. There is no need for you to quote your original post. we have seen it, If people have a answer they will reply

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 42741 28-Jul-2006 16:50
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First you will have to check that this Blackberry is not locked to a specific network. Some are.

If it's not locked, it should work just fine for calls, but you would still need to contract a Blackberry service with your operator. I don't think Boost offers this service, so you might not have the Blackberry functionality (OTA synchronisation) available.







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  Reply # 42780 29-Jul-2006 03:02
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thank you so much i really appreciate it. i'll try it right awaySmile

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