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Rumor: Free WiFi calling for T-mobile users?

A colleague of mine let me know that T-Mobile now offers FREE WiFi calling from your Blackberry. (Thanks Dane) Previously, they offered the [email protected] and Unlimited HotSpot Calling service for $10-20/month, but now it is supposed to be free to all T-mo subscribers. Of course, you will need a “HotSpot” enabled phone (i.e. WiFi BlackBerry…

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Review: CardKaller – “the calling card manager and Google Voice dialer for BlackBerry”

Review: CardKaller calling card manager [rating:9] Cost: $19.99 with 90 day trial I was excited to see mention of a calling card application that supports Google Voice (GV).  CardKaller has instructions on how to set up the app for use with GV, and they worked great when I tried it out. They are currently running…

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Gmail Mobile Version 1.5 Released! – No, really this time

A very astute member of BlackBerryForums.com (sheepBB) identified early this morning that Gmail 1.5 (actually 1.5.1) is finally out for BlackBerry! As we mentioned before, it sports some new features: Runs much faster and uses less data Allows you to view the full details of your Gmail contacts (gives you “most contacted” and “all contacts”…

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Review: Find IT – by Convenience Software

Find IT – by Convenience Software [rating:8] 8/10 Website: conveniencesoftware.com Desktop Download: conveniencesoftware.com OTA: N/A (OTA Purchase) Cost: $4.99 @ via PayPal As I was perusing my BlackBerryForums RSS feed on 11/16, I noticed a post titled “This Program Helps you Find Your Lost Blackberry”. Needless to say, I was intrigued. I contacted the developer…

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