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    Quote Originally Posted by sideswipe14t View Post
    Awesome thanks a lot for the help, so best bet would be to call and have rogers block data, then just use a hotspot browser basically?
    That will guarantee it.

    Personally, I think you should cough up the $15 a month an get the unlimited email at a minimum.

    As RoGro mentioned. What is the point of having a BlackBerry if you can't get email or data?

    Is sending text messages with a full keyboard justification for the price of a Bold?

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    I turned off data services and am still able to use wi-fi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ge View Post
    That will guarantee it.

    Personally, I think you should cough up the $15 a month an get the unlimited email at a minimum.

    As RoGro mentioned. What is the point of having a BlackBerry if you can't get email or data?

    Is sending text messages with a full keyboard justification for the price of a Bold?

    i got the bold for free from a friend that works for rogers, so no its not woth the extra money, and im not sure why it really matters to you haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sideswipe14t View Post
    i got the bold for free from a friend that works for rogers, so no its not woth the extra money, and im not sure why it really matters to you haha.
    Congratulations on getting a free Bold. No, it doesn't really matter to us what you do with it. It just seems pointless to have a device like this if you don't intend to use it to its fullest capabilities.

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    So can I get a confirmation. I want a BB Bold on my prepaid T-Mobile account. I have no intention of ever wanting to get a data plan and want to know if Wi-Fi browsing and apps (like Instango) would be accessible.

    I've heard before that web browsing and even Wi-Fi apps sometimes require that "UMA gateway connection" from a data plan in order to even get Wi-Fi to start working.

    I want my web-browsing and apps to function on Wi-Fi exclusively. So can anyone confirm by testing the following:
    • Web-browsing (using the BlackBerry Browser and then Opera Mini)
    • JiveTalk/Instango (IM clients)
    Please test those services with the following, one at a time individually:
    • Data Services: Off
    • and then...
    • Mobile Network: Off
    Please list your:
    Carrier
    OS version
    Phone Model (preferably Bold)

    I would appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sideswipe14t View Post
    i got the bold for free from a friend that works for rogers, so no its not woth the extra money, and im not sure why it really matters to you haha.
    RoGro summarized it perfectly.

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    Congratulations on getting a free Bold. No, it doesn't really matter to us what you do with it. It just seems pointless to have a device like this if you don't intend to use it to its fullest capabilities.
    All you have is a phone with a full keyboard. You are completely missing the BlackBerry experience.

    WiFi is great if you are constantly in one spot. But you might as well just carry a notebook. I promise you, the experience would be considerably better. Even an iPhone would have been a better choice. Safari is a lot better than the BlackBerry Browser.

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    8. Delete everything except MMS Transport [WPTCP], Wi-Fi TCP/IP Browser [BrowserConfig], Wi-Fi TCP/IP Transport [WPTCP], and MMS Client [MMS]

    I've checked everything you said and i noticed that o haven't got mms client [MMS] and mms transport... I would be very grateful if you coud help me.
    Mine bb 9000 bold 've got:
    Wi-Fi TCP/IP Browser [BrowserConfig]
    Wi-Fi TCP/IP Transport [WPTCP]
    WAP2 Transport [WPTCP]
    WAP Transport [WAP]
    SiMobil WAP 2.0 SB's [BrowserConfig]
    MMS Config [WAP]
    Wap Push Config[WAPPushConfig]

    So what do i have to delete?

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