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07-18-2008 01:18 AM
For the past year I was based in San Fran and whist there I was lucky enough to be given an 8320 by my office. This worked particularly well when travelling, as call to the US were free whan connecting using a WiFi. I now find myself based in Australia with a new job and my trusty 8320. The only problem is that the phone is locked to TMobile and I need a way of using the local provider. I would have been more than happy to buy another BB however the telcos in Australia believe people making calls over IP is not a great thing, as it deminishes their revenue. Sadly this means the only BB Curves available in Australia are the 8310s. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
07-18-2008 06:11 AM