You may think it would be difficult to use your Blackberry to listen to the radio, but advances in technology have made this huge multi-tasking phenom even greater. Follow these steps to turn your phone into a radio.
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Purchase XM Radio Mobile for your Blackberry by following the link provided in the Resources section. Although this is a paid service, XM offers the option to try the service free for 24 hours.
Open the Internet browser that came with your phone to access Internet streaming radio websites.
Follow the link provided in the Resources section to access free Internet streaming radio through Radio-Locator.
Select a music format from the drop-down menu and click "Go."
Choose a radio station from the provided list in the "Call Sign" column. A new window should pop open featuring the radio station's website. If you are using a pop-up blocker, alter your Internet browser options to allow pop-up windows.
Look on the radio station home page for the words "Listen Live," "Listen Now" or some other similar text that links you to the radio station's streaming live feed.
Plug a headset into your Blackberry to listen to your music while on the go or exercising. If you do not own a headset, follow the link in the Resources section to determine which headset works with your Blackberry model.
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