Own a MOTO Q9 but tempted by BlackBerry services? Now you don't have to choose ... Windows Smartphones forum
Hello Moto? No, hello BlackBerry!
Own a MOTO Q9 but tempted by BlackBerry services? Now you don't have to choose one or the other.
MOTO Q9h owners, bringing push email and access to certain corporate applications to Motorola's handset.
The software works with BlackBerry Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Professional Software, including integration with Lotus Domino, Exchange and GroupWise.
BlackBerry Connect also works with the BlackBerry Internet Service.
A BlackBerry service plan is required in order to make use of the software.
"BlackBerry Connect software addresses many of our customers’ needs and will add tremendous value to the existing MOTO Q offering," said Andrew Volard, managing director of Motorola South Pacific.
The free software can be downloaded from Motorola's web site, and the handset is available from Optus or Vodafone.
It makes me wonder, does RIM want their OS on other devices more, or do other device manufacturers want their devices to be BlackBerry's?
lol. i remember (no flaming) when my 7100g's trackwheel broke.
i decided to go with a nokia E7 something. don't even remember the model number. it looked like a silver large nokia, but flipped open for a full keyboard.
anyway ... i tried bb connect (course, that was 2 years ago, hopefully they have perfected it) and it sucked. didn't work AT ALL. was NOTHING like using a bb.
shortly after, i sold the nokia and bought a pearl
So is it like running XP on a Mac so to speak?
And whats a 7100 and whats a trackwheel?
Originally Posted by cherrichiodo
lmao!! ^^ some people still use their 7100 or 8700!! they were work-horses!
~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~hey my boss just got rid of his man that thing was a beast it was like a timex took a lickn and kept tickn lol
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