BlackBerry® Curve 9380 – find all the technical terms explained below.
3G+ is a mobile network that uses clever technologies to improve performance, especially for making calls and using the internet.
BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) is an ultra-fast messenging service that allows blackberry users to send and receive instant messages through their handsets. Users have a unique 'PIN' code - this is used to add new users to your network of contacts.
Also known as push email. As soon as an email arrives in your inbox, it’s copied by BlackBerry® Enterprise Server (BES) and ‘pushed’ to your BlackBerry® through your network. It’s always active, so emails are constantly updated.
A wireless technology that lets devices communicate and share data within close range. It allows you to communicate with other phone users, sync with your PC, or connect wirelessly with devices like handsfree car kits.
Stands for High Speed Downlink Packet Access, an upgrade to 3G networks and more commonly known as 3.5G or 3G+. It allows you to connect to the internet, stream videos, and download music much faster. Speeds vary between 1.8Mbps (megabits per second) and higher.