Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Who uses BlackBerry Messenger?
So allow me to expand on the BlackBerry Messenger...
Each BlackBerry comes with its own unique PIN (for yours go Options>Status>PIN) and the PIN is your identity for BlackBerry Messenger.
Like instant messaging, the BlackBerry Messenger relies on you sending an invitation to someone (you need their PIN or at least their email address initially) and they accepting it. Once "contacts" you can PIN Message each other, and again, like instant messaging, your conversation is shown, line by line, emoticon by emoticon. And yes, you can invite others to the conversation.
What does it cost? Absolutely nothing... free... nada... nothing! And it doesn't access your beloved data plan either.
But wait, there's more... there is even a social website set up primarily for BlackBerry PIN users ... http://pinswap.me . Check it out and say hi to Keston.
And for the record, my current BlackBerry Bold's PIN is 255B98A9 so feel free to add me.