As expected, the BlackBerry Curve 3G will be available at Verizon really soon: the largest US mobile carrier has just announced that business sales channels would offer the CDMA version (9330) of the new Curve starting September 16 (this Thursday).
Verizon’s online store, as well as its retail stores, will have the smartphone “in the coming weeks.”
With a 2-yr contract agreement (and after a $100 mail-in rebate), Verizon’s Curve 3G will cost $29.99.
Already available in the US (in its GSM/HSDPA 9300 version, via T-Mobile), the BlackBerry Curve 3G currently runs BlackBerry OS 5. But don’t worry, an update to BlackBerry OS 6 will be released by RIM later this year.
Via Press release
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