Call it the Bold Lite edition. AT&T has been depleting their current stock of Curves for some time now, no doubt to gear up for this new edition. With the Bold retailing at $299 with a 2 year contract, they need an updated BlackBerry to hit a lower price point. I have no doubt this model will be for AT&T with perhaps T-Mobile getting its own version soon.
Is there anyway to have the same wallpaper you have on your front screen on your homescreen when you press the blackberry button. I had the first curve and the same wallpaper was on the front screen and homescreen so just wondered if there was a way to do it on the curve two as well. If anyone know that would be great thanks in advance.
So i have a 8gb memory card and every time i put it in it says memory card inserted, but when i go to the memory amount it says 100.1mb and when i try to hit menu to format it nothing shows up. Could someone help me out and let me know if i am doing something wrong. Thanks
I have a BB 8800, and I love it. I was looking into the new curve, played with one that our BB rep brought. I love it but I HATE the folder system (i like all the apps out), is there a different theme or way to get them out of the folders?
I've only played with it for a couple of minutes and couldn't figure it out.
So i thought i read somewhere that the 8900 was going to be 199.00, but i just read in the main tmobile forum that it is 299.00 after rebate. Is this true or not. I would be a new customer also. Thanks and have a nice day
i was hoping someone could answer this because i know if have business account phone is already available. my wife gets a employee discount because she works for a university so i was wondering is that considered a business account or does it have to be a certain amount of lines. Any info or help i would appreciate it. thanks
Having been a Pearl 8100 and 8120 user for the past 2 1/2 years, I have been eagerly awaiting the 8900. I have tried the 8320 and decided it was no significant improvement over the Pearl. I tried the iPhone 3G and didn't get the reception (as I should have, according to AT&T) and the service price was much more expensive. I tried the G1 but it was just too clunky. I have played with the Bold and the Storm. The Storm was too glitchy and the Bold was too big. Now I have the 8900...and it is a significant improvement in almost every way. However, the internet experience is sooo inferior to many of the other current top smartphones. I will be checking it out for the remainder of the trial period but I am afraid it will probably go back. ... (continues)