BlackBerry Pearl Flip Goes On Sale at T-Mobile
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Oct 12, 2008, 11:09 PM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Oct 13, 2008, 7:01 AM
Today T-Mobile and Research In Motion announced the availability of the Pearl Flip 8220. It is available through T-Mobile retails stores, authorized dealers and T-Mobile's web site. The Pearl Flip will be available in black to start, but a red model will be released in a few weeks. It will cost $150 after rebates with new agreement.
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I just found out the Pearl Flip has a real 3.5mm headphone jack.
And btw, I was reading about this new Blackberry over @ Engadget Mobile it also said 16GB microsd cards.
Gosh I really do wonder why @ the end of 2008 people still carry around ipods.
plus, I only use my ipod at the gym, and quit frankly, its the only time of the day when I get a break from the berry....its kind of nice.
T-Mobile really dropped the ball here...
At least they save face having the first Android phone.
You should be complaining that tmobile/att need to be working on their 3G towers and coverage--thats the real issue here.