Items tagged with BlackBerry Tour

Push to Talk functionality is now available for the BlackBerry Tour 9630 smartphone from Verizon Wireless. To get the new service, BlackBerry Internet Service customers can visit the My Verizon site or call 1-800-2 JOIN IN. Business users can call 1-800-VZW-4BIZ or visit My Business Account or Verizon Enterprise Center. The Push to Talk service is currently free with qualifying voice plan and BlackBerry data plan for a limited time. After adding Push to Talk to your service plan, you can download the application from the Application Center or from VZStart on the handset. Once the application is... Read more...
Already launched on Verizon Wireless and Alltel, Sprint has become the next to official trumpet the release of RIM's BlackBerry Tour. We already knew the company was planning to put its own stamp on the highly-acclaimed smartphone, and just like that, the Tour 9630 has become a family member with Palm's Pre and the like. Boasting a 3G radio, GPS, document editing and a 3.2MP camera, this phone is certainly looking like a solid rival to the aforesaid Pre and Apple's iPhone. RIM claims that web browsing is faster than ever here, with easy access to social networking sites and a microSD card slot... Read more...
Assuming a mole from Best Buy is correct, the retailer is going to be a busy place on August 23rd. The mole has provided Boy Genius Report with a screenshot that shows Best Buy’s plans to begin offering a number of anticipated feature phones that day. Although it’s no iPhone, the Samsung Omnia 2 is definitely one of the hot upcoming phones that will soon be available on Verizon’s network according to the leaked screenshot. Other popular phones include the Samsung Rogue, LG Chocolate Touch, and Samsung u450 Intensity, all for Verizon. T-Mobile is said to be getting the Samsung Gravity 2, while AT&T... Read more...