The new Sprint BlackBerry Curve 9350 is slightly smaller in size and weight, no touch screen. I prefer the sleek design of the new Curve. Really thin, impressive, especially for a budget phone. This is a great entry level device that will definitely be successful around the world. Not a fan of the Curve keyboard but nice update for those wanting to get into OS 7 or just a better spec’s Curve.
The Sprint BlackBerry Curve 9350 cell phone features include a 2.44-inch 480×360 display, screen, a 5 MP camera with HD video capture and flash, an 800 MHz processor, 512 MB of ROM, 512 MB of RAM, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR support, microSD card support (a 2 GB card included), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, no 3G, and new BlackBerry 7 OS.
The BlackBerry Curve 9350 smartphone will cost just $79.99 (excluding taxes) with a new line or eligible upgrade and two-year service agreement, after a $50 mail-in rebate via reward card1 and be available in all Sprint sales channels, including Sprint Stores, Business Sales, Telesales (1-800-SPRINT1) and web sales (www.sprint.com). Sprint Business customers may qualify to get BlackBerry Curve 9350 for $49.99 (excluding taxes) on a business account with a new line or eligible upgrade and new one- or two-year service agreement, after a $50 mail-in rebate via reward card1.
BlackBerry Curve 9350 requires activation on one of Sprint’s Everything Data plans plus a required $10 Premium Data add-on charge for smartphones. Sprint’s Everything Data plan with Any Mobile, AnytimeSM includes unlimited web, texting and calling to and from any mobile in America while on the Sprint Network, starting at just $69.99 per month plus required $10 Premium Data add-on charge – a savings of $40 per month versus Verizon’s comparable plan with unlimited talk, text and 2GB web or $10 per month versus Verizon’s 450-minute plan with unlimited text and 2GB web. (Pricing excludes taxes and surcharges.)