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T-Mobile UK Launches Curve 8900 -- FREE on Select Plans!
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a great all-in-one device and a new and improved version of the best-selling BlackBerry of 2008. You'll never have to wait for an email again, and with a new, improved layout your emails are easier to read than ever. You can take pictures anytime with the 3.2 megapixel camera (with video capture). With built-in Bluetooth you can be hands-free, or share files with other Bluetooth devices in an instant. And you can listen to your iTunes by simply linking your BlackBerry with your PC. You always know where you are with built-in GPS and BlackBerry Maps. You can watch your favourite clips with the Media Player and chat using Instant Messenger built just for BlackBerry. Phew! What's more, the Curve 8900 has exceptional battery life, so it can keep up with everything you ask of it.
Band -- Quad-band
Weight -- 110 g
Size (mm) -- 109 x 60 x 13
Talk time (up to) -- 6 hr 30 mins
Standby time (up to) --356 hr
Charge time (up to) -- 2 hr
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~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~you can try ordering it online, or you can also get the Rogers version.
Now will Tmo US follow the Tmo UK brother?
I spoke with my friend that works for Tmo; he said the US Tmo big wigs don't like to follow their UK brother and its costing the US Tmo market millions.
They will catch on soon, or get fired.
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Last edited by latosha; 12-20-2008 at 04:12 PM.
i would like to hope that tmo usa will follow he u in this because tmo really needs to try something to get them back in the competition with at&t and verizon. i really think that if they make that move, they will get a lot of customers from other carriers and their current customers will have a renewed reason to stay with tmobile. please please please let them follow in their footsteps.
Last edited by hybrid1976; 12-20-2008 at 08:23 PM.
If the new curve was free like that it would be the hottest phone in the US.
i agree i was so close to jumping **** to ATT today, I've been itching for a new BB for a minute now. I really really hope they get this phone. Gonna miss the WiFi though if this phone doesnt get it in the US version.
Should get mine next week.
Device history: 8100 > 8320 > 8900 & 9530. Keep crackin'
I have two questions. 1. Will they ship it over here if I order. 2. Can it be unlocked for t-mobile USA?
8900 or Bold
So which is better, the Bold or 8900?
I vote for 8900. it is better than Bold.
My set is QWTERZ. I am not familar with this keyboard.
Therefore, i am looking for QWTERY set.
When is it coming here for Tmobile?
After talking to one of the NorthEast Region VP's for T-Mobile USA, we shall begetting the 8900 sometime late January. Crossing our finguers it will be Jan. 23rd 2009.
I can't wait, my curve is getting a bit old, and yes it will do UMTS.
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