I was waiting for Microsoft Exchange BES hosting companies to jump on BES Express. Until now most Microsoft Exchange hosting companies have been using BES Premium which requires that users have what is usually a more expensive BES data plan from your carrier. With BES Express these hosting companies can let you use a regular (usually cheaper) BIS plan with all the same features. For example, on AT&T that means the difference between $25-$30 a month for a BIS plan or $40-$45 a month for a BES plan.
Exchange My Mail is offering their BES Express hosting service for the same $9.99 as their regular BES hosting. That means you would still be paying Exchange My Mail the same monthly fee for each mailbox but you could downgrade your data plan. The only real difference is you would need to download a BES Express activation app to activate a BES Express device instead of using the regular activation app built into the BlackBerry. You can still do tethered activations though from both plans.
Check out Exchange My Mail’s BES Express hosting option at this link and let us know if you switch over!