Like all the other major Canadian carriers, Rogers will sell the BlackBerry Curve 9360, RIM’s affordable smartphone sporting that ‘classic’ BlackBerry look. Rogers may not have joined some of its competitors in already offering the Curve 9360, but it plans to do just that at some point in the near future. Rogers has already announced that.
To make your wait easier, we have a leaked internal document from Rogers which neatly showcases all the different price points that the Curve 9360 will be sold for.
So, if you’re going to get the smartphone with a new three-year contract from Rogers, you’ll have to pay $49.99 upfront if you’ll get both a voice and a data plan. The price goes up to $99.99 if you only get a voice plan. With a two-year commitment, the price will be $99.99 with voice and data, and $149.99 with voice only. With a one-year term, you’ll get the device for $149.99 with voice and data, and $199.99 just with voice. The no-term pricing will be $299.99, and the full price will be $349.99.
Now you know what to expect, if you want to pick up a BlackBerry Curve 9360 and Rogers is your carrier of choice. We’ll let you know when the smartphone becomes available.
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