Good news for AT&T users: the network has confirmed that the Curve 8900 would be available on its network. The handset has been available to T-mobile users for some time now and has been our favorite Blackberry to date. It is smaller, lighter and has a slightly better camera than the Bold and still has an excellent display. The AT&T version should be very similar to the T-mobile one, with the exception of UMA (unlicensed mobile access), the feature behind T-Mobile’s Hotspot@home that lets you transparently place call via WIFI. That also guarantees a perfect reception in your home and wherever you can hop on WIFI, including abroad.
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