AT&T To Carry 7100g?

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Yesterday RIM posted OS 4.0 upgrade for AT&T Blackberry users. We looked at the site and there is an option to download the OS 4.0 for the 7100g. Maybe it’s a cruel joke by a funny RIM employee but maybe it is more than that. AT&T did buy out Cingular which the 7100g has been slated to be released sometime this month. So it is very possible that the 7100g may come branded by AT&T Wireless.

  • http://www.blipnet.net/ Thorn

    Our AT&T rep said that the 7100g would be available on 2/14 (Valentine’s Day).

    I’m not vouching that he’s got the day correct, just the fact that he’s acknowleding that it’ll be coming out…

  • http://www.blipnet.net/ Thorn

    Our AT&T rep said that the 7100g would be available on 2/14 (Valentine’s Day).

    I’m not vouching that he’s got the day correct, just the fact that he’s acknowleding that it’ll be coming out…

  • http://www.blipnet.net/ Thorn

    Our AT&T rep said that the 7100g would be available on 2/14 (Valentine’s Day).

    I’m not vouching that he’s got the day correct, just the fact that he’s acknowleding that it’ll be coming out…

  • http://www.blipnet.net Thorn

    Our AT&T rep said that the 7100g would be available on 2/14 (Valentine’s Day).

    I’m not vouching that he’s got the day correct, just the fact that he’s acknowleding that it’ll be coming out…

  • Matt

    I spoke with a Cingular rep today. He did show in his computer the blackberry 7100g, however he was not sure when it would be released. He seem to think that it should be anywhere from few weeks to a month.
    Hope that’s true!

  • Matt

    I spoke with a Cingular rep today. He did show in his computer the blackberry 7100g, however he was not sure when it would be released. He seem to think that it should be anywhere from few weeks to a month.
    Hope that’s true!

  • Mike

    You say “AT&T did buy out Cingular”. Its Cingular who bought out AT&T wireless!

  • http://none Mike

    You say “AT&T did buy out Cingular”. Its Cingular who bought out AT&T wireless!

  • Neil

    More likely, I think, is that AT&T’s National Business folks (NBO), who continue to service AT&T Wireless business and enterprise customers, will want a migration path for non-migrating AT&T customers to the 7100g.

    I’ll bet there will be some, but not many, AT&T sim-locked 7100g’s made available for these particular customers, hence the option in the OS upgrade.

  • Neil

    More likely, I think, is that AT&T’s National Business folks (NBO), who continue to service AT&T Wireless business and enterprise customers, will want a migration path for non-migrating AT&T customers to the 7100g.

    I’ll bet there will be some, but not many, AT&T sim-locked 7100g’s made available for these particular customers, hence the option in the OS upgrade.