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What was rumored earlier this week about T-Mobile finally making WiFi Calling available to the BlackBerry Classic has become a reality. Customers using a BlackBerry Classic on T-Mobile can now check for software updates and find OS 10.3.2.2789 software release 10.3.2.2514 possibly waiting for them according to the software update page on the T-Mobile site.
Of course, as it is a new update, there's sure to be other folks out there who also want the latest and greatest OS and for those folks, the OS files have now also been posted in the CrackBerry Forums for all devices if you're wishing to manually load them using DBBT, Sachesi or wish to build your own autoloader.
Download BlackBerry OS 10.3.2.2789 for all devices
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