Excerpt: RIM’s Blackberry 7130c was the first in the Blackberry model series that made the blackberry look like a phone. The 7130c is small and doesn’t look like your typical blackberry model. I think that was the attractiveness of this model, was the size.
Summary: This is a nice phone. the transaction was very swift and i did receive it also real quick.i bought the last one that was in stock. the phone did not seem to me like a refurbished product because of how authentic it was.the only thing is i might have to buy a new battery because the one which came with the phone does not last for full day without bieing charged.but i will say that this was a new phone
Summary: This was a great transaction. The phone was a great value, and of course the shipping cost was unbeatable. I had tried several times to buy a phone through a popular auction website - but it was a huge hassle. This was simple, I found a phone, and bought it. I dindn't have to worry about being "outbid".The ease of operation is good.
Summary: I use this phone on my T-Mobile account. I pay $9.99/mo to get email on a BB (I use the OWA option and get essentially the same thing as BES without the calendaring). Aso I get internet through the T-Zones icon (which is usually $24.99) ... the limitation is that applications cannot use the internet, just mobile web works. Anyway, the speed of the phone is great... and there are many improvements over my old BB 7105T.
Summary: purchased this for my husband for our anniversary.. he has had the same cell phone since we first enrolled in T-mobile..many many many years ago.. But since we are month to month he didnot want to take advantage of any upgrades because you have to go under contract.. well this phone brought him up to speed with the rest of the world... he really likes the features..
Summary: Happy with this great phone. Looks a little like the pearl but I like the scroll far better than the trackball..Also it is a little more to hold in your hand than the pearl which is nice for me. I don't like the really really thin phones... Price is great too. Thank Overstock.
Excerpt: This my first pda. I recieved it last October at a BB training class for ATT. Several new PDAs have come out since then but I can't seem to tear myself away from the old reliable 7130. This phone is definitely a work horse. It does it all. Has an excellent calendar and also task feature (never forget an appointment). It supports various email accts. Sure-type is the best thing ever invented for a cellular phone.
Excerpt: I'd like to thank my required data training with Cingular Wireless, because if it weren't for my store manager forcing me to go to the training for this phone, I probably would have never warmed up to a BlackBerry. I went this route since I started with Cingular/at&t: -HTC 8125 -RIM 7130 -Motorola V3i -Samsung i607 (BlackJack) -HTC 8525 -RIM 8100 Pearl -Nokia N75 -Motorola V3r -RIM 8300 Curve Let's get one thing straight: my 7130 was indestructible. I threw it.
Excerpt: Well, I don't want to sound redundant and repeat everyone else's comments on this phone, so I won't. I'll just tell you that I absolutely love this phone. I use all of its features and everything works seamlessly and easily. I recently purchased another cell phone for weekend use. Well, I used it for one weekend and went back to my blackberry. I don't need another phone b/c nothing compares to the 7130c. You won't be disappointed with this phone.
Excerpt: This is my first smart-phone. I am coming off using a Motorola v551 which was a great phone except for the really poor battery life. Which has always been a huge concern for me. First off this phone is really easy for me to use, it doesn't have any bells and whistles like a camera, touchscreen or memory card, but it has what I am looking for; PDA functions and strong battery life. If you're looking for a good attractive sturdy phone then this is the way to go.