how do i erase my phone number from showing on my blackberry curve 8330?

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Answered: How do you unlock a Blackberry 8330 from Verizon?

BlackBerry 8330 can be unlocked easily using a BlackBerry Remote IMEI Unlock code, also called Blackberry MEP unlock code. Here is a link to get the BlackBerry 8330 unlock code within seconds. Excellent customer and technical support, and you can pay using Paypal or credit card by phone. Hope this ...

Answered: How much better is the new BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300?

There are plenty of people who cannot afford either. Why not be happy with what you have? "I cried because I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet."

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Answered: Where does the phone number 441213182153 originate from?

use reverse phone lookup to get the details of that number.

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Blackberry Curve - Appointments showing up 30 minutes prior to time

It must be the actually time setting on the phone that thinks it is 30 mins earlier than it is, have you tried that?

What does the Blackberry Torch offer that the Curve doesn't?

Is there a reason why you can't evaluate the pros and cons and make up your own mind? Furthermore, is there a reason why you must refer to an article as a basis of every question? As far as I'm concerned, if you are too dense to think of your own questions, then you're too dense to understand ...