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AT&T Still Testing BlackBerry PlayBook Bridge App

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Apr 19, 2011, 11:07 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

AT&T confirmed to Phone Scoop via email today that the Bridge application — which allows the BlackBerry Playbook to access email, calendar, and contacts from a tethered BlackBerry smartphone — is not yet available. Spokesperson Seth Bloom said, "AT&T is working with RIM to make the BlackBerry Bridge app available for AT&T customers. We have just received the app for testing and before it's made available to AT&T customers we want to ensure it delivers a quality experience for our customers." The Bridge application is already available to customers on Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless's networks. AT&T didn't say how long it might be before the Bridge app becomes available to its BlackBerry customers.

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Apr 19, 2011, 7:44 PM

Does AT&T have the right?

Thank god time Warner is smart enough to realize they are a carrier, and have nothing to do with whether or not my samsung blue ray works well with my samsung HDTV.

The other carriers seem to have been happy to tell their customers "it's from RIM, not us"

It's an ACCESSORY AT&T...why not focus the attention on your network!
It's an ACCESSORY AT&T...why not focus the attention on your network!

They are, do you know what this app does? It uses the ATT NETWORK to provide data for the Playbook.....I think that is precisely the reason it is being blocked because they are w...

Apr 19, 2011, 11:33 AM

Come on Baby Blue

If Verizon's anal *Bleep* is allowing this thing chances are it has already been tested to death. What's the REAL reason you are dragging your feet on this?
So so so so sad that this will probably be the biggest blunder for RIM in history.
That's kinda what I thought. If it works on those carriers, theres no reason it shouldn't work on ATT.
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