T-Mobile Announces BlackBerry Curve With Wi-Fi
Sep 24, 2007, 7:43 AM by (staff)
T-Mobile announced that it will begin selling the Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve. This version of the Curve has Wi-Fi on board and is compatible with T-Mobile's Hotspot @Home cellular/Wi-Fi converged calling service as well as T-Mobile's MyFaves program. Most other features and specifications of the Curve remain unchanged. It still has quad-band GSM/EDGE radios, as well as stereo Bluetooth, 2 Megapixel camera and support for up to 4GB of storage in the microSD slot. It costs $249 with agreement.
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Bluetooth and WiFi
I really really hope the new Curve doesn't have this problem, considering most consumers use a Bluetooth headset with a data device.
The phone is awesome though, it's been flying off the shelves since release!
The titanium color is the way to go.
-had an extra $249 for it
-wasn't already in a contract
-had a need for a BB
-like to text
-needed to organize myself
-even liked talking to people
sweet phone though (the Titanium is the color to ge...
This phone is already released!
Early October??? no no no, go get it now!