Accessing BlackBerry Data Services Using Wi-Fi Networks

Accessing BlackBerry Data Services Using Wi-Fi Networks

The BlackBerry® 8820 smartphone allows users to access data services using a wireless network, a Wi-Fi® network, or both networks simultaneously. Having the option to simultaneously access both a wireless network and a Wi-Fi network allows the user to do multiple tasks at once. For example, a BlackBerry 8820 smartphone user can send email messages using a Wi-Fi network, while conducting a phone call using the wireless network.

This white paper reviews how a Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry smartphone can access data services using Wi-Fi networks. It also provides a guide to service availability, outlines the BlackBerry data services and wireless service provider data as well as voice services available under the different connection methods.
02 Aug 2007
23 Jul 2007
7 Page(s)
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