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BlackBerry 8350i Comes to Sprint's iDEN Network

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Sep 10, 2008, 1:22 PM

Sprint and all of it's stupid decisions...

Wouldn't it have been more wise to take this feature set and put it into an EV-DO Rev. A phone with QChat support? Aren't we trying to get people OFF of the iDEN network?
I was think the same thing. iDen is dying so why even contiune to put out new iDen phones? I guess iDen has about 4 years left till its sut down but a new RIM was the last thing I would expect them to release.
You have to consider that some people who need PTT services get a MUCH broader coverage area than QChat devices. QChat only works where Rev. A services are available vs. iDEN PTT which works wherever there is native iDEN coverage (which is MUCH greate...
No because PTT is everywhere while Qchat is not.
Not only what you said, but also Sprint is trying to sell it's iden network. Personally, I think the government should buy the iden network and use it for all government phones including all levels of emergency services, local, state and federal agenc...

Sep 12, 2008, 7:58 PM

Bad speaker design

The decision to use the covered speaker that travels to the top of the device is a horrible decision. I have a Pearl on At&t and it's only now decent with a Seidio battery cover that does not muffle the speaker. If the Nextel unit is using the same speaker as my Pearl it's going to suck for any kind of speaker phone experience. 🙄

Sep 10, 2008, 7:18 PM

Does it have mms ?

does anybody know if this blackberry has mms capability ?

That's funny....
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