BlackBerry Curve 8530 Available at Cricket with $60 Plan
Cricket today announced that the BlackBerry Curve 8530 is now available for its customers to purchase. The handset costs $300 and will be "accompanied" by Cricket's $60 unlimited plan. The plan includes unlimited talk, text, email, web, picture mail, and international texting. The $60 fee includes all surcharges and taxes. Cricket customers don't have to sign annual contracts, and Cricket doesn't require credit checks.
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but not Blackberry email?
Blackberrys are out of date anyway. Cricket is just to far behind to keep up
This might be the most ignorant post I've read in months.