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    I found an old blackberry while I was cleaning out some drawers, with my new fancy touch screen smart phones and stuff there is really no need for it but I kinda wanted to humor myself with making it a phone for "secure" communications. Obviously with secure encrypted voice and messaging and such. the only problem is I have searched around not finding much help from google. so I was wondering if anybody here could lend a hand. Thanks in advance!

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    we'd love to. Just ask away!

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    What BB is it? You've got us curious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delfim View Post
    What BB is it? You've got us curious!
    I believe it is the Blackberry Bold 9000

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    A good BB at that!

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    ok so now that I have the battery for the phone I can start securing it. First I need phone service that is cheap secure and has some small amount of data allowance. ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by imaoreo
    ok so now that I have the battery for the phone I can start securing it. First I need phone service that is cheap secure and has some small amount of data allowance. ideas?
    www.fortyninedollarmobile.com

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    if you need to, you can get the bold unlocked to work on the network I just posted for as little as a buck.

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