Following Rogers (which launched the BlackBerry Curve 3G last week), Bell and Virgin Mobile will also introduce the new Curve to Canada.
Bell will sell the Curve 9300 starting August 12 – when Verizon will have the Motorola Droid 2 in stores in the US (I know, this is not really related; but it’s important).
Bell’s BlackBerry Curve 3G will be cheaper than Rogers’: 49.95 with a 3-yr contract agreement, or $349.95 sans contract.
The release date and pricing on Virgin have not been disclosed. But since Bell owns Virgin Canada, the latter might launch RIM’s BlackBerry 6-ready Curve 3G this week, too.
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