The cheapest BlackBerry Pearl 8110 to date available in Australia

Crazy John’s in Australia is offering the BlackBerry Pearl 8110 for free, with a $39 BlackBerry Service Cap. As with most plans, the headlines don’t tell the whole story.

The plan requires that you sign up for 2 years at a $40 per month, and with that you get unlimited email and internet. Be warned though, that calls are charged at 47 cents per 30 seconds, with a 35 cent initial charge.

While the calls are expensive, this truly is the best BlackBerry bundle deal we have seen to date. To get a BlackBerry Pearl 81XX from Wal-Mart, you need to sign on to a service plan of $99.99 per month or higher and in conjunction with any feature or bundle or any other plan option at least $24.99 per month or greater.

9 Responses to “The cheapest BlackBerry Pearl 8110 to date available in Australia”


  1. 1 Stefan

    “While the calls are expensive, this truly is the best BlackBerry bundle deal we have seen to date.”

    you mean, the best BB bundle in australia, am i right? because those bundles are way cheaper here in austria. blackberry curve 8900 for 1€; 1000 mins. 1000 sms and 1gb data + unlimited bb email/plan for 44€/month.

  2. 2 Oms

    Guys, you know that in Europe almost all cell phones are 100% subsidised, right? You don’t pay for *any* Blackberry in the UK if you get a £35 18 month contract. Thats >$50USD.

  3. 3 BlackBerryCool (BlackBerry Cool)

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  4. 4 luca35101056 (luca cuchi)

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  5. 5 barrypak (Aamir Barry)

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  6. 6 inestdia (iNestdia)

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  7. 7 MrWayne (Mr.Wayne)

    Glad i don’t live in Australia, this sound cheap, but its tricky @ the same time…… http://tinyurl.com/oabuh7

  8. 8 Matt Adams

    So US$30/ month for 2 yrs on a phone that is at least 2yrs old already, running a very dated OS.

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