Weekend Contest ‘Who Pays For Your Blackberry’

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This weekend’s contest is entitled ‘Who Pays For Your Blackberry’. We all know the Blackberry device is loved in the corporate world, so we’ll probably get a lot of answers that the Blackberrry was provided by the company. So this contest is fairly easy, post who expenses your monthly Blackberry bills. For the corporate Blackberry users, also state whether or not you’ll still keep your Blackberry if your company stopped paying for your Blackberry.

This week’s prize is a copy of trackIT: Vehicle Edition, a vehicle tracking system for Business and Personal use. Tracks maintenance, mileage, fuel, expenses and more.

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  • Steve

    My company pays for my 7100g. I would pay for it myself if they didn’t.

  • Steve

    My company pays for my 7100g. I would pay for it myself if they didn’t.

  • Steve C

    My company pays for mine. Not sure what I would do if they stopped. I’d probably continue paying for it.

  • Steve C

    My company pays for mine. Not sure what I would do if they stopped. I’d probably continue paying for it.

  • http://www.retirement.sc.gov/ Doug H

    My organization pays for mine. I have had it for less than a week, and like it already. I’m not sure I would continue if my employer quit paying, but who knows.

  • http://www.retirement.sc.gov Doug H

    My organization pays for mine. I have had it for less than a week, and like it already. I’m not sure I would continue if my employer quit paying, but who knows.

  • http://www.simplytoo.com/ Eddie Lloyd

    I have (3) Blackberries. Nextel (7520) T-Mobile (7100t) and AT&T now Cingular (7280). My company pays for one of them. I could not go back. T-Mobile does unlimited berry for $20. Everyone should have one. Since I started using berry, my wife, mom, brother and sister in law, another brother in law, and 11 employees have all started using berry. There is no going back.

    Short story – “Pry my Berry out of my hands after you kill me dead”

    E.

  • http://www.simplytoo.com Eddie Lloyd

    I have (3) Blackberries. Nextel (7520) T-Mobile (7100t) and AT&T now Cingular (7280). My company pays for one of them. I could not go back. T-Mobile does unlimited berry for $20. Everyone should have one. Since I started using berry, my wife, mom, brother and sister in law, another brother in law, and 11 employees have all started using berry. There is no going back.

    Short story – “Pry my Berry out of my hands after you kill me dead”

    E.

  • Alex D.

    Company pays for it. We are a reseller and since I support it, they provide me with one.
    I don’t know if I could justify paying for it myself if they stop.

  • Alex D.

    Company pays for it. We are a reseller and since I support it, they provide me with one.
    I don’t know if I could justify paying for it myself if they stop.

  • Bill A

    Well it’s weird how i pay for it. I sell things on ebay, which i use the blackberry to get the emails sent to me when i am not at home. The money i make from ebay then pays for my blackberry and the plan i am on. It’s sort of my money but becasue of excess funds i am able to pay the hefty bill.

  • Bill A

    Well it’s weird how i pay for it. I sell things on ebay, which i use the blackberry to get the emails sent to me when i am not at home. The money i make from ebay then pays for my blackberry and the plan i am on. It’s sort of my money but becasue of excess funds i am able to pay the hefty bill.

  • Bill A

    Well how i pay for my blackberry is a bit different. I sell things on ebay, which i use the balckberry for to get the emails when i am out. When i get paid and all is set and done the money that i make pays for my blackberry bill. I thought it wouldn’t cover, but it looks like i aslo end up with excess funds.

  • Bill A

    Well how i pay for my blackberry is a bit different. I sell things on ebay, which i use the balckberry for to get the emails when i am out. When i get paid and all is set and done the money that i make pays for my blackberry bill. I thought it wouldn’t cover, but it looks like i aslo end up with excess funds.