If you plan to use email you need to know how to set up Internet on Verizon Blackberry Curve 8330. Once you have this service set up you can surf the web on your handheld Blackberry Curve 8330. You can also set up more than one email account which will allow you to send and receive emails on your Blackberry. You can save these email messages on your handheld. While surfing the Internet you can download ringtones, songs, and video. These files can be stored right on your Blackberry Curve 8330. These files can also be sent to your contacts via email or text message.
Contact Verizon and inform them that you want Internet service on your Blackberry Curve 8330. The sales representative will add the service to your contract and inform you of the additional charges that will apply once the service begins. Depending on your contract package this service could increase your overall cell phone bill cost by around $60 a month. This all greatly depends on your existing package and pricing for existing services.
Turn on your Blackberry. You will be asked by the sales representative to turn on your Blackberry Curve during the process so that the signal from Verizon is received. You will be directed through on-screen instructions to set the initial Internet service. The sales representative or tech will walk you through this process.
- Open Manage Connections on your Blackberry Curve 8330. Select Mobile Network by clicking the check box next to the listing. You should be able to connect to the Internet at this time.
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