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BlackBerry (T-Mobile) vs. iPhone (AT&T)

so i was given this fab blackberry curve (T-Mobile) but i am debating between getting T-Mobile contract or selling it and getting an iPhone (AT&T) so, what do you think??

my needs are:

* phone service with good reception in brooklyn and manhattan (shockingly spring does not have that, my current provider)
* good textin' abilities!
* easy email access and able to manage multiple email accounts (gmail)
* ability to view and update my google calendar OR sync google calendar
* to use a maps feature (ex google maps) and hopstop.com
* good reception, few dropped calls, internal speaker relatively loud (i'm partially hard of hearing)
* the ability to distinguish blocked calls from normal numbers or in my phone book (ringer profiles?)

what i'd like to be able to do (bonus):
* update blogs (wordpress)
* update my twitter
* check facebook + myspace
* listen to music (itunes, pandora.com), watch video (youtube, etc)

Comments

ironyfemme
Jul. 30th, 2008 02:21 am (UTC)
I have the Blackberry curve via AT&T and here's what i can lend to the discussion
blackberry cannot support youtube or itunes. not sure about synching google calendar (can synch with MS office)
LOVE the full keyboard, easy/fast texting
you can have ringer profiles

seems that apple/at&t is moving faster in updating and being compatible with your needs, not sure abotu texting and the whole touch keyboard, but honestly, while my blackberry is fine, i kinda wish i waited for the $200 iphone.

Hope that helps!

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