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T-Mobile, BlackBerry Curve, Info...

Discussion in 'T-Mobile Forum' started by Flagheimer, Jan 31, 2008.

  1. Flagheimer

    Flagheimer New Member

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    Even though I'm going to fall under Verizon's ETF, I'm most likely going to switch to T-Mobile in the next few weeks.

    Currently, I'm on a Family Plan with Verizon Wireless, I have a BlackBerry 8703e, I have email accounts forwarded to my BB and internet with a 10MB limit (as I don't use it as much). My contract doesn't end until November.

    I'm going to switch my number from Verizon to T-Mobile and most likely get the BlackBerry Curve. T-Mobile has a current offer of 1000 minutes for $39.99.

    I'll add 1000 Text Messages for $9.99
    And BlackBerry Unlimited Add-on for $19.99 -- Question: This include email and internet, right?

    My other question is, since the Curve has Wi-Fi, can I use my wireless network at my home and surf the internet on my Curve? Does that cost extra?

    I think the T-Mobile HotSpot is different right? That just allows you to call over the Wireless network, not surf, correct?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Andy

    Andy Diamond Senior Member
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    My Phone:
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    VZW, Vodafone D2, Solomo, Swisscom Mobile
    You may use your own Wifi connection at any time without incurring any additional charges from T-Mobile.

    The Blackberry Unlimited add on includes both email and internet, that is correct.

    T-Mobile HotSpots are T-Mobile hotspots, which allows you to surf the web on a wifi connection. I think T-Mobile HotSpot has a seperate monthly fee. What you are referring to is T-Mobile @ Home, I think, which routes calls over your High Speed Internet connection.

    Hope this helps.
     
  3. Flagheimer

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    Thank you very much for your reply.
     

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