This morning I woke up to a text message and decided to respond after I got a glass of water, when I returned my blackberry said no service. I have received this blackberry at Christmas unlocked and it has been working since then. Now suddenly it won't connect to the network. My brother has the same phone and his is currently connected, sitting on the table right next to mine. I have At&t. Has my antenna finally gone and bit the dust? I JUST BOUGHT A BLACKBERRY 7290 ON EBAY AND AFTER I CHARGED I PUT MY SIM CARD AND TURN THE WIRELESS/RADIO ON AND IT WONT GET N E SIGNAL N SAYS OUT OF COVERAGE NO SERVICE... HELP HELP...
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go to fun4mobile.com register and get all the ring tones anp pic you want its free. if you going to use fun4mobile make sure you have unlimited text message so your telephone provider wont charge you each texts message you send to phone. or you can download it to your computer than transfer it to your phone when you sink it to your computer
Call your network provider to have your blackberry 7290 enable. This is free of charge and will get the IM messaging workings, but if you want to setup email etc, you will need to subscribe for email and a data plan which will cost about 19.99.
It sounds like the device was originally activated and worked with a Blackberry enterprise Server, where the administrator had voice calls blocked for the users, so that they did not run up bills - in other words, it was programmed just to do email. If this is the situation, there may not be a solution available to you.
Call your phone carrier and ask them to help - make sure you have the correct "plan"...