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Old 03-09-2007, 07:45 AM
sam.sjp@gmail.com
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Hi All

I've just bought a Blackberry Pearl but need an email address and
account that I can set up on it for emails. Does anyone know where I
could find such a thing?

Thanks

Sam


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Old 03-09-2007, 07:49 AM
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sam.sjp@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi All
>
> I've just bought a Blackberry Pearl but need an email address and
> account that I can set up on it for emails. Does anyone know where I
> could find such a thing?


It's BIS access you're after.

What network are you on, they each have their own customised URL for
RIM's BlackBerry Internet Service. Vodafone's is here
<http://mobileemail.vodafone.net>, T-mobile's is
<http://www.instantemail.t-mobile.co.uk/>

Bear in mind, you will also need to get your network to activate their
BlackBerry service on your account. Take the smallest option available
as BlackBerry data is very very compressed.

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Old 03-09-2007, 04:36 PM
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nothanks@SPAMbYonder.com declared for all the world to hear...
> sam.sjp@gmail.com wrote:
> > Hi All
> >
> > I've just bought a Blackberry Pearl but need an email address and
> > account that I can set up on it for emails. Does anyone know where I
> > could find such a thing?

>
> It's BIS access you're after.
>
> What network are you on, they each have their own customised URL for
> RIM's BlackBerry Internet Service. Vodafone's is here
> <http://mobileemail.vodafone.net>, T-mobile's is
> <http://www.instantemail.t-mobile.co.uk/>
>
> Bear in mind, you will also need to get your network to activate their
> BlackBerry service on your account. Take the smallest option available
> as BlackBerry data is very very compressed.


Orange's is blackberry.orange.co.uk but you will only get it activated
if you have purchased the pearl from Orange. If you've bought the phone
off someone and simply stuck your SIM in it it won't work.
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Regards
Jon

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