Two more carriers have let us know, one way or another, that they are planning on stocking two of the recently announced new BlackBerry handsets. These past few days sure have been filled with such announcements or acknowledgements.
First up, Orange UK is getting ready to sell the affordable BlackBerry Curve 9360. Therefore the operator will be joining O2 and Vodafone in offering the new Curve to customers in the UK. The Curve 9360 will be available both on Pay as you go as well as Pay Monthly, but no pricing has been made public yet, nor an exact release date. For now, the BlackBerry Curve 9360 has received its very own Coming Soon page.
In Canada, SaskTel will launch the BlackBerry Torch 9860 soon, that’s clear since the phone now has its very own page on the carrier’s website. Thankfully, SaskTel has decided to publish the pricing information as well. So, if you have nothing against SaskTel being your carrier, you’ll be able to get a BlackBerry Torch 9860 for $129.99 with a three-year contract, $449.99 with a two-year agreement, $499.99 with a one-year term, and $549.99 with a monthly deal.
It isn’t clear yet when exactly the Torch 9860 will be released by SaskTel, but we’ll keep you posted.
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