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BlackBerry Curve 9380 now available at Telus


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The BlackBerry Curve 9380 has made its way to Telus in an official launch yesterday.  Folks in the region can expect to pay $49 on a 3 year, $269 on a 2 year, $319 on a 1 year, and $369 outright with no contract.  The Curve 9380 is the first touchscreen device in the Curve family.  It brings out basic specs, but far better than Curves we’ve seen in the past.  You get 800MHz, 480 x 360 screen resolution, NFC, and a 5MP camera.  Click the link below to check out more on the device at Telus.

BlackBerry Curve 9380 at Telus >>

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BlackBerry Curve 9380 now available at Telus
Otoniel Bruno
Fri, 25 Nov 2011 15:00:00 GMT

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