As revealed in the memo, mobile carriers capture a variety of data about you, including call detail records (who you called and when), text message details (who you texted and when), text message content, bill copies, payment history, and even which cell towers you use. Another category, called Subscriber Information, presumably tracks your name and all necessary contact details. But the carriers differ in which data they capture and for how long. Verizon holds your call detail records and your text message details for 1 year, T-Mobile for 2 to 5 years, and AT&T for as long as 7 years. Verizon also keeps track of the cell towers you use for 1 year as does T-Mobile, while AT&T has been keeping that information since July 2008.
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Also on board is BlackBerry Messenger, the free instant messaging service that recently threatened to topple civilisation as we know it, or so some say. BBM now lets you chat to other BBMers in apps and games. The 9350, 9360 and 9370 arrive in September, with the 9360 already confirmed for Vodafone and Three here in Blighty. Our man on the spot is checking out the new BlackBerry phones as we speak, so keep it CNET UK for all the details. In the meantime, let us know if you're excited about the latest bushel of BlackBerrys in the comments section below or on our Facebook page.
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