Summary: I ordered what was supposed to be a new Blackberry Bold 9000. The first one they sent was clearly used and not working well. The second one may or may not be new but it was made for Vodaphone in Denmark. It works sort of ok on T-Mobile (I told seller it would be connected to T Mobile) but the software is some non-authorized version that BB does not support and cannot upgrade. The result is some funky outages and an inability to fully synch email, calendar and contacts.
Summary: The phone works fine, the issue came from my current phone service having to interact with another manufacture and carrier's device. I couldn't download apps or use internet services. Just the phone and text messages. I had to contact Blackberry for an additional $45.00 so my new phone could be updated to it's current network. So before purchasing any device always ask if the device is updated as well as unblocked. I learned something through this.
Summary: My only issue with this phone is that some of the letters or buttons do not work from time to time and that the trackball sticks and doesn't allow you to roll "up" almost all the time. Even though the phone was used I feel that the seller should have made buyers aware of these flaws.
Summary: realice la compra de dos equipos uno de ellos funciona a la perfección el otro uno de ellos funciona a la perfección y lo utiliza my wife mientras que el otro presenta sistema orange este aparato no cierra la tapa trasera del teléfono es decir la de la bateria, a los tres días de recibirlo debí enviarlo a reparar debido a que dejo de funcionar parte del teclado el telefono funciona 3G por la banda 1900 lo cual solo deja la opcion de movistar o movilnet.