|T-Mobile USA and RIM Launch The New BlackBerry 7105t|
Posted: 14-Oct-2005 [Source: RIM]
[New BlackBerry 7105t from T-Mobile allows users to get real-time delivery of e-mail messages sent to their Yahoo! Mail acounts.]
Bellevue and Waterloo -- T-Mobile USA and Research In Motion (RIM) announce the availability of the new BlackBerry 7105t together with a new BlackBerry Internet E-mail service for Yahoo! Mail users. Whether in a meeting or out on the road, this new BlackBerry device and service offers an unmatched e-mail experience, providing busy professionals with the freedom to easily manage both corporate and personal messages, while on the go.
Yahoo! Mail is the No. 1 e-mail service in the world.* Through T-Mobile, Yahoo! and BlackBerry users will enjoy enhanced mobile access to their Yahoo! Mail accounts directly on their BlackBerry handset. With this new service, users will experience real-time delivery of e-mail messages sent to their Yahoo! Mail accounts, and enhanced wireless synchronization of sent and deleted items as well as read/unread message status. For example, Yahoo! Mail messages deleted on a BlackBerry handset can be automatically deleted in the consumers Yahoo! Mail account. In addition, users now have the ability to select different "sent from" addresses when sending a message providing users with even more flexibility to manage both corporate and personal e-mail accounts while on the go. This service is now available for all T-Mobile USA BlackBerry customers.
For individuals and smaller businesses, BlackBerry Internet E-mail allows users to access up to ten corporate and/or personal e-mail accounts (including Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino and many popular ISP e-mail accounts) from a single device.
T-Mobile USA customers can enjoy this service using the new BlackBerry 7105t, a full-featured wireless device that maintains the features that BlackBerry 7100t users have enjoyed - quad-band phone, Bluetooth technology, speakerphone, wireless e-mail, text messaging, web browser, instant messaging, organizer, and RIM's SureType technology. In addition, the BlackBerry 7105t features enhancements such as a new scratch-resistant, easy-to-read high-resolution color screen, larger send and end keys, and contoured keys for easier typing.
* Comscore MediaMetrix, August 2005
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