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Release date / RIM application mkt questions
Has there been any official word on the release date to this phone for tmobile?
Is the BB application mkt compatible to the iPhone/android mkt?
Why the phone not put in 3G mode?
Web sites loaded pretty quickly via 3G, but not super speedy fast.