Tag: blackberry pearl
BlackBerry 9670 Clamshell spotted, running BlackBerry 6 OS
It may not be the first BlackBerry clamshell phone (that somewhat dubious title goes to the Kickstart), but the BlackBerry 9670 does have one ace up its sleeve; the BlackBerry 6 OS. As well as the spruced up OS, these…
Vodafone to sell the BlackBerry Pearl 3G in the UK
Vodafone have revealed that they are to sell the BlackBerry Pearl 3G in the UK. Officially announced just last week, the BlackBerry Pearl 3G features an optical trackpad and SureType keyboard, as well as a 3.2 MP camera, 3G, HSDPA,…
Blackberry Pearl 3G official specs released
Earlier this morning we caught a leaked glimpse of the new Blackberry Pearl 3G handset. Well, the official specs are now in from RIM themselves. Here's what you can look forward to: -Elegant candybar design measuring 4.25" x 1.96" x…
New Blackberry Bold 9650 and Blackberry Pearl 3G handsets leak
Two new Blackberry handsets have leaked online. Just hours before a Blackberry event scheduled for later on today, the Blackberry Bold 9650 and Blackberry Pearl 3G have broke cover. So what is there to look forward to? The Blackberry Pearl…
T-Mobile asks users to Pay Once for a BlackBerry Pearl
You may have thought that there were only two ways to go about organising your phone bill but T-Mobile has come up with a new solution – Pay Once. It’s not quite as deliciously inviting as the name suggests but it’s certainly interesting to see a fresh approach to the tariff structure.
The way it works is that you pay £179.99 in exchange for a silver BlackBerry Pearl 8110, like the one in the picture, with a 2-megapixel camera and GPS, and in return you get as much data as you can crunch in a year. There’s no voice or texts included, so you’re still topping up for that lot but, then, maybe you won’t need to if you use VoIP and web based SMS services?
It works out as around £15 a month to put it into some kind of perspective, so we’re not necessarily talking about a bargain here, just a different way of doing things. Nothing’s set in stone as yet but the idea is that, once your year is up, you’ll either be able to Pay Once Again at the same cost with an upgraded handset or slightly less if you just want to keep your Pearl. Interesting.
I don’t think Pay Once will change the world but, marketing aside, an extra package probably doesn’t cost T-Mobile an awful lot in the long term, so what the hell? It’s probably worth a punt for them and it certainly keeps them looking progressive.
Pay Once is available from 1st May and I expect to see it doing very well.
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T-Mobile and RIM offer exclusive white BlackBerry Pearl
T-Mobile and RIM have announced the availability of the white BlackBerry Pearl smartphone, exclusively to T-Mobile subscribers and available within its stores across the UK. It follows a similar deal introduced to the US earlier in the year. Feature-wise, it…