T-Mobile has added the BlackBerry 7130g handsets to its current crop of BlackBerry models.

The slim candybar handset features BlackBerry Enterprise Server and Internet Service for professionals on the go.

It features dedicated phone keys, a speakerphone, Bluetooth support, quad-band network support, smart dialing, conference calling, and 64MB of flash memory.

Business users who need to be connected all the time will be glad to hear that the Internet Service offers access to up to 10 personal email accounts.

The device is available from T-Mobile from free to £140.

In related news, T-Mobile has today pointed out that internet analysts fail to count internet users who access the web via their mobile or smartphone in their statistics.

Even though several thousand T-Mobile customers alone access the Internet via their mobile phones, the latest official figures fail to pick these web surfers up.

As prices decrease for web services via mobile, thanks to tariffs like T-Mobile’s Web’n’Walk that includes pay-as-you-go customers, more people are accessing the Internet from their handset.