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Blackberrys and WiFi: ready vs. capable
DJ_Boxer
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The Storm2 says that it is WiFi ready while the Bold says that it is WiFi capable.  What is the difference between these definitions?  It will help me make my final decision when I upgrade to either one soon.

 

DJ

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Re: Blackberrys and WiFi: ready vs. capable
StreetDocRN
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Hi,

It is the same.  Both devices have WiFi.  I use it on my Bold at home.  I have a home WiFi network setup and surf the web on my device at home via WiFi.  It is a lot faster that surfing on the 3G Network, at least it is for me. 

Doc

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Re: Blackberrys and WiFi: ready vs. capable
StreetDocRN
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Hi,

It is the same.  Both devices have WiFi.  I use it on my Bold at home.  I have a home WiFi network setup and surf the web on my device at home via WiFi.  It is a lot faster that surfing on the 3G Network, at least it is for me. 

Doc

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DJ_Boxer
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StreetDocRN wrote:

Hi,

It is the same.  Both devices have WiFi.  I use it on my Bold at home.  I have a home WiFi network setup and surf the web on my device at home via WiFi.  It is a lot faster that surfing on the 3G Network, at least it is for me. 

Doc


Thanks StreetDoc, the wording is a little confusing.  I also have a WiFi setup at home. 

 

DJ

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SFObrien
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Same for me too Doc.  My home wireless runs probably twice as fast as 3G in my area.  3G is good backup though when not around WIFI.

 

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