02-02-2009 5:18 PM
I can't find the megabyte usage allowed on the Blackberry International plans outside the US. I'm currently on PDA International and love my Nokia E71, but I will be visiting several countries this year not on the PDA International list and the BB is tempting. From what I'm reading, on device data is included beyond e-mail. Is this correct. I'm not a data pig, but I get voicemail files as wav files in my e-mail, I get a number of efaxes as PDFes, and I'd like the option to IM and google map on my device. One of these countries is the UAE which is in their premium rate for data services on their standard PDA plans.
I had Blackberry International a couple of years ago and when I cancelled, they tried to talk me out of it pointing out that the new version of the plan stating that you were limited to 20 megs a month on the new version of the plan. Going through the fine print, I'm not seeing this.
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07-08-2009 6:29 PM
When I joined AT&T (from Verizon), AT&T was offering a nice international plan that you could use as need. I was very happy to see that, since I travel overseas 2-3 times a year for 1 or 2 weeks. Now that I tried to use this option, I am told that you have to subscribe for a year. That really sucks! I thought AT&T wasn't Verizon. I guess I was wrong.
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