Video Tour: BlackBerry 8900
The latest BlackBerry for T-Mobile is svelte and sophisticated, while still providing great access to email and communications tools. Watch our full video tour here.
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The company I work for gives TMO phones out to some for business. And I've been shown that they pick up a Wi-Fi network (SGH-339). Although when I pick up the same network with my laptop I'm unable to connect.
So I've heard for this to work you have to pay for hotspot@home. But on the other hand some make it sound as if any Wi-Fi network will work?
So what's going on in the back ground?
Does the software on the phone verify you have hotspot@home on you account, do you need a password to the network, do you need a TMO router, or could I buy my own TMO phone and use my workplace's Wi-Fi for free?
if u dont have that feature it will just use ur normal mins
On the access point side, it's easiest with a T-Mobile Wi-Fi router in your home, but you can use other wi-fi networks, IF - and only if - they are specifically set up for it. It does require special UMA ...
Question on Video of BB 8900
Did he mean the BB Bold for AT&T? Since the BB 8900 has the same form factor as the Bold and the Storm is the all touch screen phone.
Just curious. . .
but as i was told that they will be inproving it over the next month as for it comes out this weekend on the 1...