RIM Says AT&T Is Still Testing the Bold
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Oct 3, 2008, 3:37 PM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Oct 3, 2008, 3:45 PM
Research In Motion co-CEO Mike Lazaridis said that the forthcoming BlackBerry Bold is still undergoing network testing at AT&T. He said AT&T is making sure the Bold doesn't experience any network issues similar to that of the 3G iPhone. He didn't provide a release date.
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Way to drop the ball, AT&T.
bS at&t!! you guys can't run a business right by your...
if it makes you feel better
should be renamed the Blackberry Hype
It's been hyped from AT&T since May. Now it's just a game to see who will Launch first. Blackberry Bold on AT&T or Blackberry Storm on VZW. Place your bets.
You must of missing the headline on Phone...
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Look at this way....
Still, other carriers were able to release it on time, unless if AT&T is installing its own 'goodies' into the device.
does this mean that RIM and Apple selected the same "all Band" chipset to make it more cost effective to produce a true world phone?
NO, its called a crappy 3G network!
Love the iPhone rip...