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    Is there any way for an 8100 user to log on to the T-Mobile site, other than with with T-Zones ? I can use Opera 4.1 to work my email, etc., but it doesn't seem to work with T-Mobile site. You just can't seem to log on.
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    no you can't log on from your blackberry browser
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    Yeah, jonnyxedge's right. You cant use your native browser but Opera Mini does work. I can access my account through Opera all the time.

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    When attempting to log on with Opera Mini 4.1, I get a page that simply says "FALSE" and nothing else. Yet I can use the same to connect to my email accts, bank, even lottery results.
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    // >>May you live in interesting times....

    We do... //


    It is a longstanding peeve of mine, that T-Mobile doesn't even have future plans to make a version of myT-Mobile or so available from BlackBerries. Come on, T-zones is hardly more than a toy.

    All the more so when the overall trend is for people to be accessing the Net more and more via handheld/smartphone class devices rather than full-fledged laptops and PCs... the latter loaded with ActiveX's, .NETs, 17 kinds of scripting and other security disasters waiting to happen.

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