|Wed Aug 30, 2006 - 9:41 AM EDT - By Dieter Bohn
Palm, RIM, and Cingular announced this morning that Blackberry Connect for Treo 650 is now available for Cingular Treos.
PalmSource originally announced the software on Dec 18, 2003; two years later they checked in with another announcement. Today's announcement marks the first time the software is available publicly for Cingular's Blackberry service.
You can find more information about Blackberry connect in several ways. Palm has put up an informative page, Cingular's Blackberry service page also has some information, or you can call Cingular's B2B sales information line at 866-4CW-Sb2B. Finally, all three companies are hosting a "webinar" on September 7th at 11am Pacific Standard Time, register here (link currently down, but should be up shortly).
The software is free for users who purchased a Cingular Treo 650 after June 3, 2006. Those who purchased a Treo before that will need to pay for the software (price unknown just now). Customers will also need to switch their data service over to Cingular's "Blackberry Connect" service - beginning at $44.99 per month.
According to the press release, Blackberry Connect for the Treo 650 will support:
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