The validity of your comment just went out of the door when you associated the word "good" with the word "hotmail" in the same sentence.Guest said:
"DokkRokken I'm pretty certain a day trader or small-business owner would argue that their emails are a little more important than what you call "MSN Free Service.""
Well if they use that for their emails they are even more stupid xD atleast use something good like gmail or hotmail or heck their own "business" email that takes like 5minutes to setup which tbh if your a business and don't have your own @something.com then you are a pretty fail business so ye they shouldn't complain unless they use something that is made for emails or use their own service.
I think you'll find RIM are reducing those jobs, they announced the cutting of 2,000 jobs worldwide in July. Read here for more information.You know what I think blackberry phones suck as much as the next guy but the company is providing jobs for lots of ppl and these phones have their place in business roles. So saying you hope the company dies, is the same as saying you hope 1000's of ppl lose their primary source of income. What a nice guy you are.. *****.
All the journalists I work with are literally tied to their Blackberry's and the email service. Contacting business and government officials for statements requires lots of back-and-forth exchanges that are done through email. Interviews are often scheduled using email. And it has to be done quickly, instead of finding the nearest hotspot.lipe123 said:As for the lawsuit, NO ONE relies 100% on their phone for emails, the idea is just ridiculous. Even when you travel there is free wifi everywhere that can be used to check your precious emails thats so super urgent. It's just another stupid lawsuit that ranks up there with sueing for burning your mouth on hot coffee.