Question about RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100
I don't think it is your phone the culprit. It's your carrier's fault. As far as I know, SMS messages have no real time delivery assurance. Not even their very delivery is assured. A message sent might even be lost along the way. Try to contact your carrier, but I really doubt they will ever admit failures on their side.
As always, I might be heavily wrong.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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