That's great info Stiefler07. Learn something new every day and still holding true.
Thanks Samsonite :fing02: BlackBerry's are amazing devices It's never ending lol
No problem. Thanks for the welcome. I forgot to mention that the upcoming Tour should be able to run on a GSM provider as well (I think its a world phone). The Storm 9530 and the Tour 9630 will only be able to access the EDGE frequencies since the phones only include the 2100 HSDPA spectrum. If you want a touch screen BB and don't mind the 2.5G speeds, the Storm is worth it. Storm 2 is around the corner as well. I'd pass on the Tour and wait for the Magnum or the other three GSM BBs to be released this year (I hope). Also the 9500 Storm will only run on EDGE since it doesn't have the 1900/850 3G bands and the unique 1700 3G band from T-Mobile.
Originally Posted by Stiefler07
This link may help determine what capabilities the GSM phones will have here in North America (Wikipedia)
This site is constantly teaching ! Thats great! Keep it up
Originally Posted by Stiefler
I was under the impression the 8830 and 8330 both were CDMA with no SIM card slot, but the 8830 World Edition, and the 8330 World Edition both had SIM card slots (but can't be used on North American GSM frequencies).
Then again I was also under the impression the 8330's only had 64 Mb memory, and the 8330 World Edition's had 96 Mb memory, but the latest Telus 8330's (non-World Edition) seem to have 96 Mb memory too.
Not confusing at all.
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