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Blackberry 8830 World Edition Mobile Phone – Silver

Blackberry 8830 World Edition Mobile Phone – Silver
Blackberry 8830 World Edition Mobile Phone – Silver

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Blackberry 8830 Globe Edition Mobile Telephone – Silver

Blackberry 8830 World Edition Mobile Phone - Silver

The BlackBerry 8830 Planet Edition smartphone is the fashionable way to get factors done. It is the initial CDMA BlackBerry smartphone capable of roaming globally on GSM/GPRS networks. So you can travel the planet with complete mobile voice and information coverage, without having to change smartphones, telephone numbers or e mail addresses. The BlackBerry 8830 World Edition provides you phone, email, organizer, net browsing and instant messaging. And then it goes a step further, offering GPS, BlackBerry Maps, a media player for your video clips and music, and expandable memory to guarantee you’ve got the area you want for your media files.

  • 64 MB of constructed-in memory and an expandable microSD memory slot1,2.
  • High-resolution, light-sensing screen
  • A full QWERTY keyboard layout for rapidly text and e-mail composition.
  • Higher capacity battery

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Question by kelli dehart: How do you grow to be an on the internet cell phone dealer?
I am an affilate for an on-line cell telephone dealer I sell phones and get commision but its not from the actual carrier but I’d like to reduce the middle man and start my own website doing online cell phone sales and cell plans but do not know how I would even start off. I’m hunting to start some thing like a wirefly kind of deal.

Best answer:

Answer by Let Teddy Win
If you had any thought how difficult this is, you would reconsider.

Wirefly.com is just one of the cell phone websites run by Simplexity. They are a enormous organization in the cell telephone enterprise. They also run the on the web cell phone retailers for everybody else: Radio Shack, Sams Club, Target, Dell, Newegg, HH Gregg, Tiger Direct/CompUSA, Overstock.com, Sears, and for companies like LG, BlackBerry, Palm… If it was simple, I feel those organizations would be carrying out it themselves.

If you have large ambitions and don’t like getting a Wirefly affiliate, speak to Simplexity and possibly you can do a private label deal like these other guys.

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What customers say about Blackberry 8830 World Edition Mobile Phone – Silver?

  1. 11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    DONT BUY THIS PHONE, August 13, 2011
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Blackberry 8830 World Edition Mobile Phone – Silver (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I live in MX and bought 2, they are not unlocked and wont work on the telcel network
    save your cash , DONT BUY THIS PHONE, unless you are going to use it on the Verizon network in the states, I also tried the black berry fourm to unlock them
    with no luck , just spending 9 $ more each, a waste of time and cash.

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  2. 7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Like it better than my HTC Evo for everything but internet and games…, October 6, 2010
    A4Q96 “Gadget Lover” (Baltimore, MD USA) –

    This review is from: Blackberry 8830 World Edition Mobile Phone – Silver (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I use a Blackberry 8830 World Phone (on Verizon) and a HTC Evo everyday. The BB is my work device, and I own a HTC Evo as my personal phone (on Sprint). Using them back to back, I can say first hand that for most of what I do, the BlackBerry is the better device.

    PROS OF A BB 8830

    1. My BB has been reliable,

    2. Allows for quick email response wheenever and whereever,

    3. Is great for calls with a bluetooth headset. connects without issue and is pretty clear, few dropped calls (bluetooth dropping off, which happened all the time with my old Palm Centro)

    4. The basic functions work well – datebook, contacts, to-do’s, and memo’s… I used these for years on the Palm and while the BB is not as good as the Palm was (sigh), still works well enough.

    CONS OF the BB 8830

    1. Internet isn’t the best… When I finally upgrade to a newer device maybe that will get better

    2. Don’t like the roller ball – I like the touch pad that you find on the newer Curve.

    Advantages of the BB over an Android phone (for me – BB vs. HTC Evo):

    1. Less buggy – my BB crashes only a fraction of the # of times that my Evo Android phone does.

    2. Reading and deleting emails is FAST on the BB – I can review 20 emails in about 2 minutes, tops, on the BB, including brief responses and deleting masses (when needed). On the EVO, you have go to the separate delete screen and pick them there… And reading and replying is slower, driven by the keyboard in particular.

    3. Like the memo and to do applications – not as good as Palm (10 years ago) but at least they offer native applications for this kind of stuff (Android does not!!!!).

    One man’s opinion, but I sometimes wish I’d skipped the Evo (and the extra $10 a month for 4G) and gone with a personal BB (in addition to my work BB).

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