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    I am looking to spend $300 on a BlackBerry. I do not want anything in the 8300 or 8100 series. What I am looking for is either an 8900, 9000, or 9500 (Curve, Bold, Storm). The phone must be in fairly new condition with a clean trackball, and no scratches. Send me an offer (with pictures) to: yendi.escalona@gmail.com or 813-503-4033 (Cell). Thanks for looking!

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    You realize you can get a cheaper phone on craigs list right?
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    I've tried Craigslist. If you know of anyone who has the phones I'm looking for then please lead me to them. I have yet to find an ad (in my area) that lists a reasonable price for a newer series BlackBerry. I think $300 is reasonable for a used unit, no?

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    Can you sign a new contract? that would be the best way to go to either ATT, Verizon, or T-mo and just buy it new from them and sign the contract. That will be cheaper then $300. Just my opinion.
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    If you're looking for a new line of service/contract, you can get a new 8900 (Curve) for around $30 on Amazon after rebates.

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    I just recently signed a 2-year contract with AT&T. I'm not looking for a second line or different number. That is a great suggestion. I think it would be better for me to pay $300 for a phone now and not have to worry about my phone bill (and two separate lines) down the road.




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    What device do you have? Did you get a new one that caused the new contract?

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    It is acutally my first time with AT&T. I picked up an HTC Fuze. I have no regrets on the carrier or the phone. I love the Fuze and have no problems with it. I'm also a big Windows mobile junkie. The only reason I want a BlackBerry is because at one point I was crazy for them. I previously owned an 8100, 8320, and 9530. The $300 is an early birthday present to myself and I'm addicted to PDA/Cell phones. I should've said that earlier.
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