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    Re: A way around data plans?

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    The carrier, your voice provier (Rodgers) stands between you and your data.

    Without a data plan from the carrier you no getty data.

    Now, if you had a BB with WiFi you could get email from a WiFi Hotspot, but you'd have to find free hotspots and attach to the router. With all due respect, you questions indicate that ani’t gonna be an option either.
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    Re: A way around data plans?

    From reading all of these posts I gather you want to push your e-mail to your BB device without a data plan. The problem is you have three pieces in obtaining your e-mail. You have your blackberry, the device that receives the e-mail for your viewing. The e-mail account that the e-mail is being pushed to and from. The network, the piece of the puzzle that transports the data from one point to another. Without the network you have no way of transporting data. Think of it as a taxi having to cross a vast river. If you drive the taxi into the river it will sink and all is lost. Same with the data, if you send an e-mail but it has no transporter it will simply disappear into the abyss. Now, if you add a bridge, think of the bridge as the network, you now have a way for the data to be transported over the river. This allows the data to travel from one point to another. Without it you are out of luck.

    Hope this helps.
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