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Blackberry 8120 Pearl Orange Pre-Pay Mobile Phone (Indigo) £134.99 @ Play
Blackberry 8120 Pearl Orange Pre-Pay Mobile Phone (Indigo) £134.99 @ Play

Blackberry 8120 Pearl Orange Pre-Pay Mobile Phone (Indigo) £134.99 @ Play

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Pre-order Due for release on 16/02/2009

The BlackBerry Pearl 8120 smartphone is designed to help you do everything you want with your life. It comes complete with advanced phone features, multimedia, digital camera, video recording, Wi-Fi capabilities and expandable memory.

And it offers the full BlackBerry experience - email, browser, text messaging (SMS and MMS), instant messaging, organiser applications and more. Small, smart and stylish.

2 Megapixel Camera with Flash, self portrait mirror, Zoom & video recording
65K Colour TFT Screen
Powerful 312 MHz Intel XScale cellular processor
BlackBerry Maps
Media player
3.5 mm audio output jack
Ringtones - Polyphonic, MP3
64 MB internal flash memory
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology
Data: GPRS, EDGE
Browser: HTML
Bluetooth - V2.0, A2DP
USB v2.0
Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
Push To Talk
Vibration Alert
Built-in Handsfree
Card slot microSD
Size Dimensions 107 x 50 x 14 mm, 90 cc
Stand-by: Up to 360 h
Talk time: Up to 4 h

16 Comments

Yeah, but you try and get cheap push email on a PAYG handset - this is not a cheaper way to push email - a contract is the cheapest way.

My fiancee has just switched from her PAYG phone to a £15/month contract (75 mins, 200ish txts), with a free Pearl 8110 (the one with GPS) from O2, which could be a better deal (though obviously it is contract, not PAYG)

I'm new to blackberrys, can someone please tell me what you would and wouldn't get having the phone on PAYG. I'm on a contract with 3 and can't use the sim but was thinking of getting this and getting a new contract later

well blackberrys are known to for their push email...

means as your mail server get a mail ...then blackberry server(and this guy keep pooling your mail account so that this transfer of the mail will be instance) will fetch that mail from your mail server (for which u have to pay some fee every month and that is the service which u won't get in pay as go) and will send that mail to you blackberry mobile device....

I hope this will explain alot

speedski;4230203

Yeah, but you try and get cheap push email on a PAYG handset - this is … Yeah, but you try and get cheap push email on a PAYG handset - this is not a cheaper way to push email - a contract is the cheapest way.



Go on then - prove it.
Beat £5.00 a month for a push email service.

Now £159.99.

billbennett1;4232986

Go on then - prove it.Beat £5.00 a month for a push email service.



ok £2.50 thats what im paying.

Free using a w890i and Gmail.

sarbjeet_;4259235

ok £2.50 thats what im paying.



same as me

cmartinuk;4259257

Free using a w890i and Gmail.



Thats not for push email surely?

why dont you use emoze for free (if your phone can support it) to push your emails?

"Emoze has announced a free, network operator independent mobile email offering. According to a report on phonescoop.com, Emoze will support Java based mass market mobile handsets belonging to Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung and Motorola.

Mobile users who may be interested in using this email service can download the Java client free of charge from the Emoze website.

Emoze mobile email service uses technology supplied by Sun and will offer up a more superior user interface than many other mobile email products.

Emoze say their email service will support Microsoft Exchange, POP3/IMAP servers along with Web mail servers such as Gmail. The Emoze email service is to be rolled out in waves, while the first mobile phones to be supported are to be the Nokia Series 40 handsets. Other mobile phones such as Ericsson and Samsung will of course be added in due course"

schooleydoo;4260094

Thats not for push email surely?



Typing 'gmail push' into google would've been a quick way to find out you're wrong, quicker than typing that question

Gmail does indeed offer free push email

Orange as a UK first in Feb are launching BB on payg - £5 a month buys 50MB a month push email/data, seemingly its not a hard cap 50MB but a FUP, I'd hold off and see how much Orange want direct 8120

shop.orange.co.uk/sho…all


The 8120 is a UMA device & can use wifi to route calls to Orange servers rather than the mobile network, on contract for £5 a month you can get UMA/Unique bundles added to your a/c that gives 1000 mins mix of Orange/01/02/03 & 30 International landlines* when calls are started over wifi, when you leave the wifi you are transferred over to Orange signal & the call remains FREE as it started in wifi

If you have poor signal coverage alone at home ( and have wifi ) and want push email the new Orange BB payg service is unmatched by any other network - as is on contract the Unique mins for £5 ( free to Orange Broadband customers )


*Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, USA

lack of 3g connectivity

gobofraggle;4260302

Typing 'gmail push' into google would've been a quick way to find out … Typing 'gmail push' into google would've been a quick way to find out you're wrong, quicker than typing that questionGmail does indeed offer free push email



Did you spot the question mark at the end? It was not a statement. Thanks for the clarification though :roll:

Any Windows Mobile 6 phone offers push email through Windows Live and a Hotmail account. I receive push email on my Xperia, I use it with the INQ1 tariff for £15 a month which includes 1GB data.
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