For the second time this week, Mobilicity has announced the introduction of a new smartphone to its line-up. Yesterday it was the Google Nexus One and today it's Research In Motion’s BlackBerry Curve.
The device features a full-QWERTY keyboard, 480 x 360 pixel screen, optical trackpad, built-in GPS and Wi-Fi, a 2 megapixel camera with video recording, dedicated media keys, and a microSD/SDHC slot which memory cards up to 32 GB in size.
The BlackBerry Curve 3G ships with BlackBerry 5 and is BlackBerry 6 ready.
The non-contract price for the BlackBerry Curve 3G, which includes AC Charger, rechargeable battery, USB sync and changing cable and Stereo headset, will be $299.99.
Mobilicity will offer Blackberry Internet Service (BIS), which provides unlimited browsing, Blackberry messenger and email, for $20 a month on top of any regular text and voice plan.
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