There’s never been a better time to pick up a BlackBerry Curve 9320 from Vodafone. Now that we’ve just launched our BlackBerry Freebee on Pay as you go, topping up £10 per month will land you free BBM, internet browsing, email and access to BlackBerry App World. Plus an extra 100MB of internet to use for watching videos and downloading music. And that’s grand news if you’ve you found a 9320 under the tree.
But there’s always a bit of mystery when it comes to plugging yourself into a new phone, and if you’re a BlackBerry newbie, you might have a few questions. That’s why we’ve decided to pull together all the info you need on the BlackBerry Curve 9320 in the shape of our short and sweet Tech Team videos. Get ready to go from BB newbie to BB hero….
1. Insert your SIM
Sounds simple, but there’s no standard issue way for phones to dock their little SIM hearts, so it can be a tricky task. Before you go and snap anything in a panic, watch this video and get it right, first time.
2. Set up Wi-Fi
The web is your BlackBerry’s life force. Our BB Freebee gives you a nice wedge of internet allowance every month, but when you’re at home you might want to connect to your Wi-Fi network. Here’s how:
3. Add an email account
With Push notifications and that sturdy physical keyboard, BlackBerry phones have built their reputation as the king of email. Need to be in touch 24/7? This is how you set up your account
4. Using BlackBerry App World
There’s a lot of fun to be had on that little phone. Everything from productivity tools to location-based japes and a myriad games can be found behind that App World icon. Let this video show you the ropes…
5. Add a contact
OK, so you’ve got your apps, read your emails and surfed the web. You’re all set to BBM and call your pals, colleagues and family. Or, you would be, if you had anyone’s details stored. Crack out the phonebook – it’s time to add your contacts: