06-29-2011 12:05 AM - last edited on 06-29-2011 12:21 AM by jakoby4204
Ok, this is going to be soo confusing, ok i have a 9700 unlocked Rogers phone on Tmobile now, I have the 50$ plan plus 10 BIS service, I came home to Canada and turned my phone on wifi and turned of the mobile network so i dont use all my minutes, I have been here since Friday june 24 and my phone has been working fine. Now today all of a sudden everything stops working i can make and recieve calls on my blackberry but no internet no bbm no google talk nothing, I called tech support they are putting out a ticket...ya right...they told me to check my HOST ROUTING TABLE IT SAYS "NO ENTIRES" I did a wipe of my phone nothing, my wifi wont work <removed>...HELPPP ME PLLZZZZZ
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06-29-2011 12:02 PM
You are going to need to call your service provider to have this resolved, this is is most likely to do with roaming.
Your BlackBerry services are not going to work over Wi-Fi right now because the device was wiped and all service books would have been removed and can not be updated because the device is not registering.
06-29-2011 12:55 PM
When i put another sim card in that is registered to bis network, my phone works and the hrt are there. Its jus really strange how to was working, and now its not. I do remember takin my tmobile sim car out and putting a different not provisioned sim card in , and then putting my tmobile one back in, seems like after that. it stoped working
02-09-2013 10:33 AM
Hi iam from south africa can anyone tell me if the rumour is true that the bis plan is going to be stopped .
Hi and Welcome to the Community!
For the new BB10 devices, BIS plans will no longer be required...the BB10 devices conduct all that they can via a "generic" data plan, and no longer are required to have a BIS plan. BBs prior to BB10 will continue to require a BIS plan for their functionality. It will be up to each carrier to determine their support and pricing for each.