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motorwayne

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#19908 5-Mar-2008 21:10
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G'day...long time no see....

Anyways, does the lack of posts by BB owners show that there aren't many issues with these devices?

I have never needed to do a reset on my Curve since having it, other than when installing new software that requires it.

Up time is just great!

Cheers


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  #114921 5-Mar-2008 21:17
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After using serveral Windows Mobile based phones Imate SP3 & SP5 and Vodafone1210, absolute pleasure to use BB Pearl

No crashing when answer calls or txt messages!, actually dont think its ever crashed


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#114924 5-Mar-2008 21:28
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I am using the new Pearl 8110 (GPS) and its great

motorwayne

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  #114927 5-Mar-2008 21:36
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johnr: I am using the new Pearl 8110 (GPS) and its great


That sounds cool, does it have the video camera software update in it also? I am looking forward to it for the Curve. Been a long time comin though.



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#114930 5-Mar-2008 21:37
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Yes it has!

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  #115785 10-Mar-2008 16:29
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I think also that there aren't that many enthusiasts that can't fix BB's themselve with the webs guidance..

where as with the corporates that cant they have  people to fix that for them anyway :)




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Yanni
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#118912 26-Mar-2008 21:32
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Oddly enough, Ive been a nokia fan for years, many comminucators, and currently the 9300. Been using a Palm Treo (telecom) for work with WM5, and honestly, as much as i really hate it, its alright... untill today..... today, the unthinkable happened... work changed to vodafone and we got Blackberry Curves....  yes, yes.. I was sitting at my desk, thinking... my motorola brick worked better... ah well.... :)


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#118918 26-Mar-2008 21:46
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Yanni: Oddly enough, Ive been a nokia fan for years, many comminucators, and currently the 9300. Been using a Palm Treo (telecom) for work with WM5, and honestly, as much as i really hate it, its alright... untill today..... today, the unthinkable happened... work changed to vodafone and we got Blackberry Curves....  yes, yes.. I was sitting at my desk, thinking... my motorola brick worked better... ah well.... :)



The curve is a great device.



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#119062 27-Mar-2008 15:32
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johnr:
Yanni: Oddly enough, Ive been a nokia fan for years, many comminucators, and currently the 9300. Been using a Palm Treo (telecom) for work with WM5, and honestly, as much as i really hate it, its alright... untill today..... today, the unthinkable happened... work changed to vodafone and we got Blackberry Curves.... yes, yes.. I was sitting at my desk, thinking... my motorola brick worked better... ah well.... :)



The curve is a great device.


Yes I agree, for something that comes with NO apps for word/pdf/excel or anything.. its great :)
Guess im just too used to business devices with apps on them.. *shrugs* who knows.

Update: now i have a vodafone Palm 750v , still hate them, but they work.. ish.. :) lol

motorwayne

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  #119074 27-Mar-2008 15:51
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I know this may sound ghasty :-)

But when the 2.0 update for the iphone comes out, I might just get one! "Golly". Seeing as I just bought my first MacBook :-)

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  #119097 27-Mar-2008 17:08
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/ignore motorwayne

sorry you've done it now...

DEFECTOR!!!




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#119105 27-Mar-2008 17:31

motorwayne: Anyways, does the lack of posts by BB owners show that there aren't many issues with these devices?


sarcasm/on - It just shows that those 7 people (including johnr and yourself) using BlackBerry in NZ have had no issues yet.- sarcasm/off




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motorwayne

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  #119196 27-Mar-2008 21:49
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hehe on both last posts!

spawneh - Go Apple! (yuk <-- washes own mouth out) Its like my mind has a mind of its own. Next I'll be buying some sandles and like wearing them Cry
Aloha - Umm, 7 is a slight exaggeration isn't it? Anyways, its probably similar to the number of people who who new Lamborgini's. Thats it! BB, the Lambo on cellphones!


P.S The MacBook rocks! Bye bye MS




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  #119265 28-Mar-2008 08:32
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Aloha:
motorwayne: Anyways, does the lack of posts by BB owners show that there aren't many issues with these devices?


sarcasm/on - It just shows that those 7 people (including johnr and yourself) using BlackBerry in NZ have had no issues yet.- sarcasm/off


LOL I totally agree, maybe the didnt... lucky, maybe they never used them :)


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  #119286 28-Mar-2008 09:22
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I'm a BES admin as part of my current job and I hardly ever get any issues with either the handsets OR the BES itself.  They all just work...even with multiple handset types in production.  Can't rate them highly enough.

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  #119334 28-Mar-2008 12:41
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gehenna: I'm a BES admin as part of my current job and I hardly ever get any issues with either the handsets OR the BES itself.  They all just work...even with multiple handset types in production.  Can't rate them highly enough.


Same here BES with 150+ Curve devices, they are build tuff, this includes the BES + Devices Cool

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