Bell to release the BlackBerry Curve 9320 on January 11th

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  • Khav

    January 11th of what y– oh, just read the first line of the article. Carry on.

    • 8-down

      bell is trolling blackberry

    • Ronpaul

      JUST WHEN YOU THOUGH RIM WAS DEAD THEY DROP A BOMB BY RELEASING THE NEW BB 9320!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Tyco

      Is this bb 10?

    • gnote

      Tyco: This is totally BB10. Go get some! :p

    • Tyco

      Android makes my bum hurt 🙁

  • Sean

    Key Selling Points: Blackberry 7.1 OS …. that is such a killer feature it’s not like there are new blackberry devices coming out this month

  • anon

    This makes sense since there probably isn’t a low end BB10 device coming out on the 30th

  • Blackberry Gangster

    Yeah SWEET! I’m gonna get one on a 3yr contract with bell!! CAN”T WAIT

    • Slappy

      I really hope you’re joking. Bell is the last choice for and product or service, horrendous customer service.

  • 45

    Wh–bu–WHY!?

  • MrHomz

    Gotta blow out their old stock now and have a VERY entry level phone for people that don’t need a lot of toys I suppose.

  • Terry

    bb10?

  • jess

    Funny, koodo just EOLed (end of lifed) this phone today, so bells picking up their sloppy seconds..

  • Hilman

    1998 called and it wants its phone back lol.

  • Ipse

    Always wanted a time machine…now Bell offers one. This phone comes from an era when RIM was still alive.

  • Betty

    when can i preorder, this is exciting

  • Nonongski

    This phone is already out in the market before. Mobilicity has it. Wind has it. Now Bell?

  • phreezerburn

    …and is junk as compared to every other sub $200 phone on the market. If they wanted to release an older phone then the Nokia N8 would have been the superior choice. More people than ever are into taking a chance with a phone OS they are not familiar with.

    • StephenBB81

      I’m shopping for a phone for my 11 year old niece. and The Nokias and Samsungs, and LG’s at the $200 pricepoint all require too much data for a 100MB/month dataplan which is the monthly pricepoint she’ll be sitting at.

      a Low cost BlackBerry that isn’t the 9300 which still sells at Rogers is a welcome addition, I’ve been looking at the 9360 but $300 for the device is a hair more than I want to spend on a 11 year old with the $25ish/month voice/data plan.