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You need to check the actual charger that you will use...it should be noted on it the voltages that it can accept. You also need to check the prong configuration...you may need a prong adapter. Normally, BBs can accept both 110v and 220v, but it all depends on the actual charger you will use.
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Agreed with Sdgardne, and if you are using the OEM BlackBerry Charger with the appropriate plug on the charger, yes, you can use the 220v outletl
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