AT&T's BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 8520 Coming Soon
Today AT&T announced that the BlackBerry Bold 9700 will be available on November 22 for $200 after rebate with new contract. AT&T also said that it will carry the BlackBerry Curve 8520, which was released by T-Mobile earlier this year. The 8520 is a smaller Curve that will cost $100 after rebates with new contract. AT&T said it will become available in the "coming weeks."
AT&T Reveals BlackBerry Classic and Passport Pricing
AT&T today published pricing details for the BlackBerry Classic and its unique model of the BlackBerry Passport. The Classic will cost $50 with a two-year contract or $420 with no commitment.
AT&T to Sell BlackBerry Priv November 6
AT&T today revealed its launch plans for the BlackBerry Priv smartphone, which reaches stores Nov. 6.
BlackBerry KEYone Coming To AT&T
TCT Mobile and AT&T today announced that the BlackBerry KEYone phone will launch with AT&T on Friday, September 1st, in an exclusive Space Black color. The KEYone was previously only available unlocked or from Sprint.
AT&T Drops BlackBerry Priv Price to $640
BlackBerry said AT&T has lowered the price of the the Priv smartphone by $100. The phone now costs $640 at full retail, instead of $740, or $199 with a two-year contract, instead of $250.
BlackBerry DTEK50 Is A Secured, Rebadged Alcatel Idol 4
BlackBerry today announced the DTEK50 smartphone, a slab-style handset that runs Android and features BlackBerry's signature communications and security software. BlackBerry says the DTEK50 features FIPS-2 hardware encryption, rapid security patching, secure boot process, and a hardened Android OS core.
ATT I think you'd sell more Bold 9700s with Wal-Mart's help.
Don't waste ur time
Don't waste your time on mail in rebates. if you do get one of those phones with AT&T you won't get your rebate back till after Christmas, if you get it back at all. T-mobile already offers these phones and there
You talk as if AT&T's 9700's aren't going to have wifi...Last I knew, that was a manufacture's design, not somethin...
Why does this articel discuss the Bold 9700 ...