A day after the BlackBerry Curve 8310 officially went on sale, AT&T decided to make it available on their site. One could think that the the Curve showing up a day late was a bit of a misstep by AT&T, however, one could also wonder if this is just how AT&T releases devices.
Maybe AT&T just wanted to give Wal Mart, being a fledgeling retailer and all, the opportunity to sell a BlackBerry Curve or two before they put the 8310 on their own site.
Any word on the AT&T Pearl 2?
Ok, so now when is the Verizon BB Curve coming????
That 8310 screen, might be enough to make me upgrade from my Pearl. Prefer WiFi though, but not sure I’ll wait for at&t to start selling the 8320.
The BlackBerry 8120 was just released in Italy yesterday so I imagine that it won’t be long before it is available here in the U.S.
I’ve heard a rumor that it could be as early as February , but I wouldn’t hold me breath until Q2 next year.
On my premier site, the 8300 is the same price as the 8310.
is there anyone that could tell me how do I get free download spell check for my curve 8300
att has the 8320 already so go get it!!!!!
WHEN WOULD THE BLACBERRY UPDATE WHICH WOULD ENABLE THE BB CURVE TO RECORD VIDEOES BECOME AVAILIBALE?
It turns off by itself and after a day or two comes back on.Your great partner AT&T tells me that there is moisture in it, yet it has never been exposed to water. I bought it for US$266 and yet to replace a 3 months old unit they’re charging me usd$350 to replace it. I refuse to believe that RIM has such faulty product in the market and it is not doing anything to make it right. I want my money back!!!!