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What is the importance of wifi on an office/officially used blackberry phone?

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What is the importance of wifi on an office/officially used blakberry phone?
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We don't utilize it at our location.  You could use it to browse the Internet/send & receive e-mails instead of your cellular connection.  It would be faster and convenient if you are not on an unlimited data package.  
If you are on an unlimited data package, have signal at your location and are satisfied with the speeds, then don't use it.  I'm sure with cellular, wifi and bluetooth on your BlackBerry battery would be dead in a day easily.
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