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BLACKBERRY CURVE 8520

01 Oct 2009

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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