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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎02-19-2012
My Device: curve??
My Carrier: t mobile

BBM credit



Please forgive the lack of knowledge on terminology, the phone is my daughters and I have never used a blackberry before. 

We have been buying the internet/bbm each month by topping up her phone with £5 and then sending a text, what I am wondering is if we have to wait until it runs out before buying it? it was last bought on the 29th of jan, but what would happen if we put credit on her phone now and sent the text to buy it, would it reset and start from now or would it add another months usage onto it?


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Re: BBM credit

You need to contact Tmobile and ask that questions, that's who your buying the credit from.

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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎04-05-2012
My Device: blackberry curve
My Carrier: o2

Re: BBM credit

how do you send the 5 pounds of? how and were im on o2? i have done every thing, please reply some one.


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Registered: ‎04-07-2012
My Device: BlackBerry Curve 3G
My Carrier: T-Mobile

Re: BBM credit

It'd be very understandable that if you top up let's say £10 and send two text's that you will end up with 2months of blackberry messenger subscription, but now I don't know if its stackable like if you top up £10 that it will only give you one month, but what you can do is top-up enough credit (that won't be used) let's say unused credit? That can be saved for when the next month is due, and instanly do it. Another few choices are deals, buts that's something you negotiate with you're service provider you can also try direct debit (its not recommended) but it does save some hassle. I hope this helped in somewhat way?