T-Mobile will launch RIM’s first tri-band HSDPA 3G handset into the UK next month. Also dubbed the Bold, the network provider will release this on its Business 1-Plan. Blackberry_bold_9000_all_sides T-Mobile will launch the BlackBerry Bold in the UK next month T-Mobile claims this plan offers a “flexible allowance of voice, …
so we can say...
That T-mobile is boldly going where noone has gone before
Mine's the one with NCC-1701 on the back
Re: so we can say...
Yes, and when I get my hands on one of those BB 9000's I'll find myself saying "WARP SPEED!" before firing up the browser!
a little birdy tells me this might be coming to Orange sooooooooon
That seems rather low when you have plenty of new models that are already available that have 8GB+ in them.
Uou need to specify a figure after that, as in Warp 7 or 9 (max you'll get is 7.2 at the min) as I don't ever remember Shatner or Picard ever just saying Warp speed to whomever was at the helm control.
Warp factor 23
Not being a trekkie per se, I could be wrong but is "warp speed" not the speed you have to reach by conventional drive before engaging the warp drive, for which the "warp factor" then needs to be specified?
I always hated using hyperspace when playing Asteroids (once turned the clock 26 times by sheer rock-blasting; i.e. no saucer-lurking, which I also hated)
Ah, simpler times...
PS why can't I get my 'Berry out of its holster when it rings without losing the call half the time...
Orange have launched this already
Orange business have already launched this device and they have provided a price. First devices are going out mid august i hear
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but wasnt one of the 8707 series a 3G Device?
(Mines the one with the curve in the pocket :))
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