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BLACKBERRY CURVE 8520

01 Oct 09

WHAT IS IT? A more consumer-friendly addition to the BlackBerry smartphone stable.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES Multimedia support, BlackBerry Internet Server, BlackBerry App World, wi-fi and Bluetooth.
WHO FOR? If the BlackBerry was previously out of your reach, this stripped-back device should bring most of the functionality that you desire.
WHO SELLS IT? It’s not officially available through local carriers right now, but is available through parallel import.
HOW MUCH? $654.80 (parallel import)
THE PITCH The most accessible BlackBerry handset yet.

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