Verizon Makes BlackBerry Curve 8330 Available
The smartphone is available beginning today online and through Verizon's business channels. It will be for sale in retail stores beginning May 12. The 8330 will cost $170 with contract after rebates.
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Glyde or Curve for non-internet users?
I don't need the internet packet (for now), and I frequently text as well as make standard phone calls. Based on my needs, I feel getting the Curve MAY be overkill. I'm open to perhaps adding the internet plan onto my phone, but as it stands I feel the Glyde may offer more right out of the box (and with my existing, very affordable plan) than the Curve.
I'm a pocket-tech geek and both handsets look like a lot of fun to play with and to customize. I've never owned a handset with haptic feedback/touch, and I've also never owned a Blackberry, so both entice me.
Available in most stores
It's about time......
This was actually available online yesterday Afternoon