Color BlackBerry 7230 now available

From large enterprises to prosumers, T-Mobile business customers can now enjoy the T-Mobile Get More® benefits average consumers have long appreciated: more included device features for the money andunparalleled pricing on the nation’s largest all-digital GSM/GPRS network. Selling for $399.99, T-Mobile customers who buy the BlackBerry 7230â„¢ can add, to most voice plans, unlimited email andmobile content for $29.99 a month – making wireless email affordable and billing easy-to-understand.

For many business travelers, the ability to use the same device for wireless voice and email connectivity while traveling globally has only been a dream. The BlackBerry 7230’s GSM/GPRS tri-bandfunctionality coupled with T-Mobile’s strong international presence is the perfect solution for simple ‘one number’, ‘one email’ communication for global business travelers. T-Mobile offers the mostseamless wireless coverage on the planet so BlackBerry 7230 customers can make and receive phone calls in more than 100 countries worldwide, with email and Web roaming already supported in manyEuropean countries.

“When we say you Get More® minutes, features and service from T-Mobile, our exclusive BlackBerry 7230 offering is one of the ways we bring that promise to life for business customers,” said ScottBallantyne, vice president of business services marketing for T-Mobile USA, Inc. “We make this exclusive T-Mobile offering affordable for businesses of all sizes because we offer plans that respondto the needs of businesspeople for easy and affordable flat rate pricing.”

The BlackBerry 7230, expanding on T-Mobile’s broad line-up of BlackBerry handhelds, is the ideal voice and email integrated solution for consumers, small businesses and corporate enterprise alike asthe handheld supports both corporate email and Internet Service Provider (ISP) email with the recent introduction of BlackBerry Web Clientâ„¢. With always-on, push-based access to existing emailaccounts, a built-in phone and integrated support for SMS, web browser and organizer applications, the BlackBerry 7230 is designed to keep mobile professionals connected, informed and communicatingon the go. The BlackBerry 7230’s design is sleek and lightweight and delivers superior battery performance – even while adding support for color and tri-band features.

“The BlackBerry 7230 follows the longstanding BlackBerry tradition of delivering leading wireless features and performance. We think customers will be very impressed with the combination of thishi-res color screen and outstanding battery life,” said Mark Guibert, vice president, corporate marketing at Research In Motion. “Whether you’re talking, listening, sending, receiving, viewing ortyping on the BlackBerry 7230, the quality of this product and service delivers a first rate experience.”

Wireless Email
BlackBerry 7230 incorporates exceptional wireless email features enabling customers to manage their email, including attachments, quickly and easily. T-Mobile customers can wirelessly access up to 10corporate or personal email accounts, including popular ISPs, to stay connected to both business and personal email on the BlackBerry 7230. The BlackBerry “push” architecture means email isautomatically delivered to the handheld and users receive emails automatically – no effort required.

Mobile Phone
The feature-rich, tri-band phone offers excellent voice clarity and supports features such as call waiting, conference calling and call forwarding (where available). The BlackBerry 7230 can be heldto the ear in the same manner as a standard phone or used with a hands-free headset (included) allowing customers to type notes or access information while speaking.

SMS
The BlackBerry 7230 supports Short Messaging Service (SMS) enabling customers to send short text messages that can be quickly exchanged between SMS-enabled wireless devices without adding emailmessages to an inbox. The full QWERTY keypad on the BlackBerry 7230 is ideal for typing SMS messages.

Organizer
Customers can stay organized with the full-featured calendar, address book, memo pad and task list applications that can be synched with their desktop personal computer for maximumproductivity.

International Roaming
The BlackBerry 7230 is a tri-band wireless handheld, operating on 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS networks. Coupled with T-Mobile’s strong international presence, via the T-Mobile family of companies andmore than 200 roaming agreements, T-Mobile customers can enjoy the benefit of staying in contact via wireless voice and email, at consistent rates while traveling abroad.

Application Integration
The BlackBerry 7230 features exceptional software integration. Customers can use the same integrated address book and inbox to access all email, voice and SMS applications. Additionally, BlackBerry7230 users can even click on an email address, telephone number or URL inside an email message to automatically compose a new message, call a telephone number or connect to a URL.

Expandable
The BlackBerry 7230 incorporates Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME). The modular J2ME application development environment opens the handheld to a large and growing developer community writingproductivity-enhancing wireless applications that can extend back-office resources to mobile professionals.

To purchase a BlackBerry 7230 or find the nearest sales representative go to www.t-mobile.com/business/products/ or call 1-800-TMOBILE.

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