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02-26-2013 03:13 PM
Not anymore. BES plan not required for BES10 as it's just Activesync now. If you're not an Enterprise client with Exchange, it won't matter because as a private individual, you would not want/ need or want to pay for the costs involved, like Exchange and BES cals, not to mention the IT required to implement all of that and ongoing support. I'm just saying...
I'm on Koodo and they have no BES plans - and now, I'm only on a regular Smartphone plan, not a BIS plan. It worked fine with my BES's...I moved away from my BES due to some anomolies and didnt' feel like dealing with them, but I have other users on our BES's, including BES10