BlackBerry 8320 lands in Singapore

M1Although unheralded by press release nor fanfare, the Wi-Fi Curve has made its way to The East through M1 for around S$450 (or US$312). Still no sign of the 8120 on Singtel, Starhub, or M1 but the 8320 is a decent trade-off, no? Besides, M1 has a pretty decent lineup with the 8310, 8820 and 8707 up there, too. Interestingly, the new Curve doesn’t have the big “BlackBerry from Vodafone” label (reminiscent of VIP’s deal) slapped underneath it. Maybe M1’s managing to handle it themselves…? Thanks Ross!

3 Responses to “BlackBerry 8320 lands in Singapore”

  1. 1 shinta mariani

    i want to know the prices


  2. 2 Marisca


    Please kindly help!
    My friend just arrived Singapore. He is a blackberry 8320Curve user. He needs to link his email to blackberry. But non of the service provider in Singapore is able to advise him.

    Please kindly advise.


  3. 3 Norman


    Just wondering if you can help me which store i can find HOUSING for blackberry curve 8320

    thanks in advance

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