Boost Mobile BlackBerry Curve 9310 – New Boost Mobile Phones

Last modified on August 23rd, 2012 by New Cell Phones

Nice entry level device, the new Boost Mobile BlackBerry Curve 9310 is the best option for people to just make phone calls, and exchange messages via email/text/IM.  when it comes to the bread and butter of communication, no one does it better than blackberry. tried android and iphone, and boy is it cumbersome to message on those things.

As of the release of the BlackBerry Curve 9310, Boost will now be allowing their customers to activate a Blackberry on the $45 Unlimited Talk and Text plan with the ADDED bonus of BBM. This is for those that want the superior Blackberry keyboard but do not need data. For those of us that need that data functionality, the $60 Unlimited Talk, Text, and Data is still available.

Boost Mobile BlackBerry Curve 9310 cell phone
The BlackBerry Curve 9310 features include a 2.44-inch display, full QWERTY keyboard, 3.2 megapixel camera with LED flash, WiFi, GPS, FM radio, a dedicated BBM key and BlackBerry OS 7.1 OS. It will be available from Boost Mobile on July 10 for $99.99.

Boost Mobile offers a few different kinds of ”Unlimited Plans".

  • There is the $45 Unlimited Talk and Text plan that is designed for feature phones basically.
  • There is the $50 Unlimited Talk, Text, and Data plan that is also for feature phones and non-Android or non-Blackberry devices.
  • There is the $55 Unlimited Talk, Text, and Data plan that is specifically for Android devices.
  • There is the $60 Unlimited Talk, Text, and Data plan that is specifically for Blackberry devices.

Boost Mobile BlackBerry Curve 9310 key features:
Dedicated BlackBerry Messenger key
Text and email (supports Yahoo!®, Gmail® and Hotmail®)
3.2MP camera with flash
Speedy Web browsing
BlackBerry® 7.1 OS
Access to thousands of apps and games on BlackBerry App WorldTM
Easy Access to Facebook®, MySpaceTM, Twitter®, YouTube® and more
Stereo Bluetooth® support
Wi-Fi and GPS1 enabled
Built-in FM radio
Great battery life (up to eight hours talk time or 18 days standby; up to 70 hours of music playback with headphones)

via Engadget Source Boost Mobile





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