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New “My10 BlackBerry Social” Plan by Rogers

 

Rogers has just introduced a new plan for BlackBerry users called My10 BlackBerry Social.  For a sum of $42.75, you’ll get 150 anytime minutes, free nights starting at 6pm, free weekends, call up to 10 people for free (in Canada), and unlimited Facebook, Twitter, and BBM.  It’s a pretty good deal but the downside is that it’s only available for the BlackBerry Bold 9780, Curve 9300 or Curve 8520.  If you were looking to score an OS 7 device with this plan, it looks like a no go.  The My10 plan requires a three year contract as well.

Source: MobileSyrup

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  1. Rogers BlackBerry Curve 9300 Officially Available
  2. Rogers BlackBerry Bold 9780 officially available starting at $149
  3. Bell BlackBerry Curve 9300 Pricing Revealed & Fuchsia Red Color?
  4. T-Mobile makes WiFi calling free without deducting minutes from your plan
  5. Wind Mobile launches OS 6.0.0.448 for the BlackBerry Bold 9700 & Curve 3G 9300
  6. Rogers to discontinue white BlackBerry Bold 9700 on June 1st
  7. BlackBerry Bold 9780 now available at Telus starting at $99
  8. Leaked: BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 OS 6.0.0.526
  9. BlackBerry Bold 9780 headed to Virgin Mobile on October 21st
  10. T-Mobile officially announces $79.99 for BlackBerry Curve 9300 on September 8th

New “My10 BlackBerry Social” Plan by Rogers
Otoniel Bruno
Mon, 29 Aug 2011 16:38:50 GMT

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