Curve 8530 Headed to Sprint, Too
Today Sprint said that it, too, will offer the BlackBerry Curve 8530. Exact pricing and availability wasn't disclosed.
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Effective Date: 11/15/09
What you need to know:
Beginning today 11/5/09, customers can pre-register for the BlackBerry Curve 8530 smartphone.
BlackBerry Curve 8530 smartphone will launch in Black, Royal Purple, and Red in March of 2010.
Pricing and availability to be announced at a later date.
What you need to do:
Direct all customers who would like to pre-register or receive additional information about the new smartphone to: www.sprint.com/blackberrycurve8530
Are you sure the launch date for the curve 8530 hasn't been moved up for SPRINT? I was told that it was coming out at the end of this month month, way before Christmas. I hope that I don't have to wait until 2010.
anyone want to guess on sprints' price? Vzw will sell it for $99. which means sprint will prob double or triple that price : (
Right now, 8330 Curves are Buy-one-get-one for 49.99 after MIR at Sprint. Can't beat that.