Verizon is CDMA also. Their only GSM capable phone is the 8830 blackberry and that is only GSM capable overseas. Wont work for networks in the U.S.aaronass said:you can get a gsm phone, use it with any service provider ( except nextel and sprint ):biggrin
dude you have no clue what your talking about see the link i posted there. you should've read that before you posted:dunnoSoySauce021 said:Verizon is CDMA also. Their only GSM capable phone is the 8830 blackberry and that is only GSM capable overseas. Wont work for networks in the U.S.
Here are some things to consider -
At&t does not have a 3G capable blackberry yet. VZW has evdo on their phones. So if browsing/tethering is your thing too you might want to think about VZW. Tradeoff is like you said no SIM card so you cant travel overseas or switch phones easily.
hmmm... well it's a pretty simple phone in comparison to alot of the others out there. It's pretty straight forward. You'll have it down in no time.RLover said:I just picked one up tonight myself... I'm not sure if I will like it or not but if you have any tips please let me know.
KRZR unlocked is a good phone. VZW ruined it like all the others with their red CDMA crap!Kelevra said:Not too many have great things to say about the KRZR!
You get used to it. Key is to type the whole words even it it looks incorrect. You can select at the end of it. Once you fill your personal dictionary with the way you talk.....you'll be able to type fast as hell.RLover said:Test from phone
The typing sucks