Gettin' my JERK on!
- Dec 15, 2001
- Total Time
Anyone have any input on the Cingular "Crackberrys" which would be the models 7290, or the 7100Q? Good or bad, and use overseas!
I'm experiencing thiw problem as we speak and think I will upgrade to one of the newer Blackberry models..eljefe said:One downside...our crew has 4 7290's. So far 2 of them have had to go back for warranty replacement. They both locked up and woudln't reboot. Not a very sterling record for a very expensive handheld.
After I finished laughing my a$$ off, the mental picture of you two "spending some time" together had me hurling my breakfast for an hour.Gumby said:................Dont tell Rice about our time together, he tends to get Jealous!
On my third BB as we speak. Phone service (Cingular) is okay at best. The phone features are not user friendly as opposed to just about any other device iMO. Can be a problem in Asia and So. Pacific. Forget Tahiti completely!eljefe said:I've got a Cingular 7290. Works very well for company BES email and I've found it to be acceptable as a phone as well. I have a personal Cingular phone and, contrary to h25b's experience, I find the 7290 and my Moto V-551 to be comparable in rf converage.
A Cingular 7290 will work anywhere there is GSM coverage. We use ours all over the world.
One downside...our crew has 4 7290's. So far 2 of them have had to go back for warranty replacement. They both locked up and woudln't reboot. Not a very sterling record for a very expensive handheld.