Grab a BlackBerry Curve 9320 for only £70 this weekend from Vodafone UK

Grab a BlackBerry Curve 9320 for only £70 this weekend from Vodafone UK
By DJ Reyes on 28 Feb 2014 05:41 am EST
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If you're in the U.K. and you're looking for a BlackBerry bargain, you should maybe check out Vodafone. For this weekend only, they are offering the BlackBerry Curve 9320 in white for only £70. Sure, it's not BlackBerry 10 but there are still many legacy users out there and the Curve 9320 is a great little device with the 'classic' design. 

At the time of purchase you'll need to top-up £10 on the Freedom Freebee plan. This will get you 150 mins and unlimited texts. Seeing as the Curve 9320 is a legacy device, you'll also need BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) which costs £5.

If you have family or friends who want to get their hands on a legacy BlackBerry device be sure to let them know. Even if you're looking to pick one up for yourself - the BlackBerry Curve 9320 is a solid device, complete with FM Radio and BBM shortcut key.

Buy the BlackBerry Curve 9320 from Vodafone UK

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Grab a BlackBerry Curve 9320 for only £70 this weekend from Vodafone UK

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First and I really wish and I mean wish customers would not buy Legacy devices and get a BlackBerry 10 smartphone but I know some of them prefer the old ones for BIS and so on but ugh when I think of the white screen....hour glass.....the known issues with BlackBerry OS 7 and so on.....we need BlackBerry 10 in everyone's hands!!!! :)

Posted via CB10

Some stupidity doesn't need comments. The previous post and your comment are two examples of that.

Posted via CB10

You don't get it drmike!Iam against those silly FIRSTERS and I always try to be more mature than you in dealing with that.Quicksilver does it better than you!

Incurable Q10 Syndrome

Drmike, Gvo1975 is on our side ;) And I'm doing a good job derailing Anonty roberts in another post, he posted his stupid first, but i got to it and now CB has moved another post ahead of his, so he looks ummm pretty well politically correct would be not so smart lol

Legacy devices will always have a consumer base because of businesses and government. They will buy them and use them as work devices for their employees. Don't knock what works.

Posted via CB10

Congrats. ;-)

Not a witty first, but managing to type that much and still being first is quite a feat. And it takes guts or downright stupidity. Usually, you type that much, your spot is gone and you really look like a fool to the first haters (politically correct: "part of CB populace in-appreciative of first posts")

Zzzzwiped from a Zedevice....

I have had lots of BlackBerry devices. I can say one thing for sure. The ability to back up the Curve 9320 on the fly, using BlackBerry Protect, is a welcome function, not YET available on ANY $700.00 Z10 or Q10.

Kind of a shame the more "modern" BB10 devices still cannot do this....

It is to laugh...

Posted via CB10

Check your settings, you can do BlackBerry Protect on bb10 device and the z10 is only £150 now.

Posted via CB10

Yeah but you can't back up your data with BlackBerry protect which I think most of it used it for. I was pretty annoyed when I found out they removed that functionality in BB10.

Posted via CB10

I think your pants are on too tight, I have a Z10 and have blackberry protect setup, also you may want to go back "today" and look at the prices of BB10 devices since you seem to have no clue.

Posted via my  Z10.2.1

My mom loves her Curve. She is still going strong with it. She doesn't even want a new phone.

Posted via CB10

So does my wife. It's been totally reliable, despite well over a year of heavy use, gets a good signal, and is small and convenient with a long battery life. I can also block spam emails easily, which is very useful.
The Q10 I use, still doesn't do everything she wants easily.

They need to stop BBOS development completely. Somebody buys this old device, then shows people a BlackBerry and people will get the wrong impression, visioning BBRY as old tech. Start pushing the Q5 instead of legacy devices.

Crap phone, rubbish OS, outdated features, £70 is supposed to be cheap? For that crappy phone it's a rip off

Posted via CB10

Obviously you don't value something people who give two bleeps about "MILLIONS OF APPS" would prefer. Productivity and communication doesn't revolve around apps all the time. I still use my bold, in fact, I used it all day yesterday! So it's not a piece of crap, garbage or useless either. Get a grip on accepting that, or are you not happy with your current phone? Lol

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Who would actually pay money for a Curve nowadays? The Bold still has some value to it but the Curve is just way too outdated.

Not outdated in someone who values a blackberry for what it is: a communications and productivity device that can access the internet and pull in e-mail, use social networks, record/publish video and photos. You sure don't get it.

Posted via CB10

It's like a simple Linux Mint Desktop, does the basic stuff well, simple, easy to use, no maintenance issues or viruses to worry about, but limited selection of apps (in you don't install W.I.N.E). Ideal for quite a few people.

Zzzzwiped from a Zedevice....

Idiots these days....

If I had $70, I would get a curve and use it. Some people just never understand. 1. I use my bold, this Q10 and all my devices equally.

Posted via CB10

Even with all the advantages of owning a curve, I still think £70 is too much for it in this day and age. Wouldn't spend more than 55. £60 maybe. Pretty sure brand new curves are available on ebay for significantly less. But hey, whatever.

Posted via CB10

I don't know why anything related to bb7 devices is even allowed to be posted in these forums. The last bbos to come out was 3 years ago. The browser blows, they barely are able to run the simplest of apps; like Facebook. No LTE. Crappy screen resolution. What a relic line of devices that have no use anymore.

Posted via CB10

While I agree it is dated, facebook is anything but a simple app so you aren't really clued up.

If you meant "commonly requested" that's entirely different.

Posted via CB10

I bought for my mother in law 7 months ago off ebay (a week old) for £55, I really think the should be faded away. Even people in developing countries don't want it anymore. Its all about BB10 devices now..

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