Rogers Wireless adds the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 to their list of available devices, giving customers another option for an all-business all-the-time kind of device that’s been very important to a lot of people as of late.
The BlackBerry 8120 has been on sale in other parts of the world and is now available for Rogers’ Canadian network.
The Pearl 8120 is compatible with Rogers’ UMA VoIP network, which should make it an ideal handset for you who occassionally do VoIP calls just because you can.
It features the same sleek features you’d expect to find in any BlackBerry Pearl device, and boasts a 3.5mm headphone port, expandable memory via microSD cards, and an inclination towards a little bit of multimedia.
You can grab the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 for $149.99 Canadian with a 3-year contract (BlackBerry data service included) and 1 or 2 year contracts are also available.
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