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Rogers to release the Curve 9360 in White


This time of the year always brings out the new devices, specifically in white. Must be the snow. We’ll most likely see all carriers release the BlackBerry Curve 9360 in white, but Rogers locations have started to receive their dummy devices. The price points are currently $49.99 on a 3-year and $349.99 outright, but we’ll most likely see it dip to $0 on a 3/yr for the holidays. The White Curve 9360 looks good though…

(Thanks tipster!)

  • dboy

    nice

    • F_A_C_T FIN*DER

      PH*ACT: The keyboard on this phone is bigger than the screen.

  • Pretty

    Would be super pretty if they got rid of the ugly Robbers logo on the chin!

  • Dimitri K.

    & what does that have to do anything with the white Curve 9360. This post is about the white Curve, not the Razr. Please learn to read for once.

    Get out of here. You & your lies can go to another forum in which only i****s will believe you.

  • Preacher

    FINALLY! RIM IS SAVED!

  • Alex Perrier

    FAIT: Sortez le 9360 dans toutes les couleurs que vous le voulez, il coûtera trop cher à $300, sans mentionner $350, pour les abonnés intéressés au service prépayé. :(

    Normalement, avoir trop de choix de couleurs augmente, en principe, le prix de production.

    Par contre, le 9300 chez WIND ou Mobilicity est davantage abordable, surtout avec le forfait Multi-Month. Une seule couleur: le noir.

  • m

    I don’t care, give us SGS2

  • Steelepunk

    Look out Apple! RIM is Back!!

  • Betty Koyle

    They are copying Apple, first release black model, the delay the white model until several months later, and then release the white model and everyone has to have it..

    this will SAVE RIM

    • Pheroo

      Doubt it month-to-month ($ 399.99).You must buy this phone with an applicable data plan. The mumniim plan for this phone is $ 49.99 for data only, no voice. For both voice and data, you’ll pay at least $ 69.99 total; $ 29.99 for the personal data plan and $ 39.99 for a 450-minute voice plan. That includes e-mail and Web browsing, but it doesn’t include SMS text messaging. SMS messaging packages range from $ 5 to $ 20/month depending on how many messages they include.If you use the BlackBerry with a corporate server, add another $ 15. If you want to use it as a modem for your PC, add another $ 15. If you want to use it in foreign countries, add $ 10 or $ 20 depending on your existing plan.

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