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  • Beta Zone Updates BlackBerry Traffic to v2.0.1.84


    Today BlackBerry Beta Zone emailed everyone announcing the new update to BlackBerry Traffic. They have updated it to v2.0.1.84, this is an update from the v2.0.1.79 that was release last week.

    The update list:
    • Over a million new searchable addresses
    • Thousands of miles of new back roads
    • Dozens of new highway construction projects
    • Over a 130,000 miles of verified speed limits


    Head to the Beta Zone and get your copy.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: Beta Zone Updates BlackBerry Traffic to v2.0.1.84 started by TheOnlyJrod View original post


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