Do you own a BlackBerry 7230? If you do, tell everyone what you thought of it by writing a review.
Written on: 28/02/2013 by Thomas.montenegro (8 reviews written)
These are one of those other phones that you need for business work and to talk on the phone. This is a stepdown from the Treo Palmone. But, less expensive. This is for the people who want to pay less for less… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2010 by ashok2888 (1 review written)
HI BB 7230 IS A BEST SMART PHONE BUT HOW CAN DOWNLOAD TH JAWA GAMES & SOFTWARE… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2009
The BlackBerry 7230 is a brilliant Phone! Easy and Efficient to use!… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/11/2004 by adicos (6 reviews written)
This is a review for a Blackberry 7230 on Vodafone for business use. The previous two opinions were about personal use, but Blackberry was designed actually for business use, due to its excellent integration with the corporate mail systems (such as Microsoft Exchange).
The Blackberry is in our company for about 4 months now, after 2 months of trial. I was responsible of setting the Blackberry infrastructure on our network.
I will start the review by telling you few things about the Blackberry… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/10/2004 by Fobyac25 (9 reviews written)
If you just want emails on the move, the Blackberry 7230 works perfectly. If you want a PDA with all the bells and whistles and a little pretend pen that you tap away and sometimes get email - buy something else!
Go for a managed account (Vodafone) and not a redirector. After getting to know all the settings, mine does exactly what it's supposed to. When I'm on site I get all of my emails, attachments, WAP and SMS messages without the need for a laptop or phone line. It syncronises with Outlook… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/09/2004 by paulo100 (2 reviews written)
Blackberry is great. It really is. If you are a business user especially I can't imagine that you would not benefit from using it. I always felt that someone had to design something like the Blackberry one day and when they did it would be a winner. Eventually they did!
Now I have to say it is quite funny seeing all the suits in the airport lounges and hotel lobbys around the world trying to receive e mails on clunky laptops or hotel PC's. I am the smug guy in the corner with a coffee scanning… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2004 by Slinkeysi (4 reviews written)
I have had my Blackberry 7230 for sometime and over the first few weeks loved it - well almost. I found the dim screen, even with the back light on, it was disappointing.
Then my Blackberry stopped working - I could send but not receive. It took Vodafone two weeks to tell me that my web server mail box was full and I needed to empty it! If only they had told me! Plus there website is very poor on help and guidance.
Vodafone aside I do like the Blackberry. It offers a relatively simple… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/04/2004 by loulou77 (2 reviews written)
I have constant problems with the Blackberry 7230 when using desktop re-director. Cannot pick up emails half the time, and there is no chance of you picking up emails when abroad - it just seems to lose connection. Absolutely nothing to do with tariffs or reception… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2004 by shetland (4 reviews written)
The Blackberry 7230 blends the best of both data and voice functionality. Suprisingly good sound quality, solidly built with great battery life. User controls are intuitive, slick and easy to master. The form factor as a mobile phone remains problematic for regular usage and the backlighting is its weakest point. Very small text fonts makes it challenging to read if your vision isn't perfect. Lacks Apple connectivity and would greatly benefit from Bluetooth… Read Full Review
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