MSN Mobile is the newer version of MSN mobile chat, which was formerly Windows Live Mobile (it offered only WAP messenger services). The MSN messenger allows you to send IMs (Instant Messages) to your friends on their mobile phones and computers. MSN mobile chat allows users to stay in touch with family, friends and business contacts no matter where they go. Windows Live on Blackberry gives you all the benefits and other features of a PC while you are travelling.
Once you have set up the messenger on your phone you'll be able to see who's online on your contact list, change your status updates, text and use emoticons for communication, go to chat rooms and edit your contact settings. It also allows you to exchange pictures through IM chats and chat with multiple people simultaneously.
Visit www.login.live.com to get started with MSN messenger mobile chat. After you have installed Windows Live Messenger on your Blackberry, you will need either an MSN or a Windows Live ID. Make sure that your Blackberry is connected to a wireless Internet network before you try connecting to Windows Live Messenger. To log in all you have to do is type in your Windows Live email ID and password.
The MSN Mobile feature keeps you updated with latest information from the world of politics, sports and entertainment while you are travelling.
Quick IM instant messenger also supports the MSN mobile chat on Blackberry. It connects directly to the MSN sever and thus, saves the cost that other messengers charge for using proxy technology.
Thus, MSN and Blackberry help you carry your entire world at your fingertips.