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Posts Tagged Blackberry

A Crack in Crackberry's plan?

The Blackberry has dominated the business world for some years now, as the number one push email system for enterprise users. But it seems that reign might just be coming to an end as HSBC becomes one of the first to switch to the iPhone for 200,000 of their staff! [via omio] Shadowheart psp photo credit: elisfanclub

by Keiron on August 17th, 2008 | PDA | 4 Comments » |

Alton Towers ban!?

I was amazed today when I read that Alton Towers are banning Blackberries, Smartphones and PDAs – any parent seen using one will have it confiscated by a member of staff! Interestingly I’m in better books since I activated push email at home – I don’t spend ages messing with my mobile only to find there is nothing there – I know if and when there’s a message for me to read and can read it as I see fit. Does your “push” email invade your life??

by Keiron on May 27th, 2008 | General | No Comments » |

Blackberry, T-Mobile, or my SPV M2000?

Considering a Blackberry at the minute, really not sure whether just to get a huge data bundle for my SPV M2000, or whether to actually go down the full on Blackberry route! Some advice offered by one user is : – Orange PAYG: you can buy a 4MB data bundle for £4 valid one month and for the days when you need to download loads of data you can buy their unlimited data for a day for £1. – T-Mobile PAYG: £7.50 per MB (very expensive) but you’ll never pay more than £1 per day (once you’ve reached £1 in a day, you can keep downloading for free). You could also consider T-Mobile’s SIM only contract (£7.50/month and you’re not… Continue reading »

by Keiron on February 12th, 2007 | Mobile Phones | No Comments » |