Image Gallery: T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve with HotSpot @Home service

Image Gallery: T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve with HotSpot @Home service

Summary: The BlackBerry Curve (8320) is the first smartphone that supports the @Home UMA network on T-Mobile. The device is light, powerful, durable, and may just have me purchasing my first BlackBerry device.

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  • The Curve supports the T-Mobile MyFaves functionality as well as the @Home service.

  • You can connect to your home router (@Home or other) and T-Mobile HotSpots for free calling. Access points with web logins are not supported.

  • The right corner status/icons change to UMA when connected to a compatible WiFi access point. It switches to EDGE/GPRS when using standard T-Mobile service.

Topics: Smartphones, Hardware, Mobility, BlackBerry

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