Verizon’s Curve to come in May

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Verizon 8330The BlackBerry 8330 will be gracing Verizon customers sometime in May, according to a pre-CTIA announcement. You’ll be looking at $269.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate for this EV-DO-capable bad-boy, and just like the 8830, GPS will likely be locked exclusively to their VZ Navigator service, available for $9.99/month. This is the first official announcement of the CDMA Curve, so expect a few more from Sprint and Telus soon.

  • Runce Loh

    Will the new 8330 have the capability of the 8830 for international usage?

  • Runce Loh

    Will the new 8330 have the capability of the 8830 for international usage?

  • http://www.scherber.org/ James Scherber

    You wrote:
    “and just like the 8830, GPS will likely be locked exclusively to their VZ Navigator service”

    and sadly, as previously, I will be sticking to my uncrippled AT&T service.

  • http://www.scherber.org James Scherber

    You wrote:
    “and just like the 8830, GPS will likely be locked exclusively to their VZ Navigator service”

    and sadly, as previously, I will be sticking to my uncrippled AT&T service.

  • David B

    Its sad that VZW screws us in the name of making an extra buck, with “security” as their cover. Are not Blackberry’s practically the most secure devices out there?

  • David B

    Its sad that VZW screws us in the name of making an extra buck, with “security” as their cover. Are not Blackberry’s practically the most secure devices out there?

  • David B

    Its sad that VZW screws us in the name of making an extra buck, with “security” as their cover. Are not Blackberry’s practically the most secure devices out there?