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Looking to pick up the BlackBerry Curve 9320 in the UK? Have you considered Talk Talk as an option?

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By James Richardson on 30 Aug 2012 01:02 pm EDT
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If you are in the UK and are looking to pick up the BlackBerry Curve 9320 you may want to consider giving Talk Talk a try as they have some great deals on at the moment. Talk Talk, who operate on the Vodafone network, currently offer three super value options when taking out a 24 month contract with them -- and the handset is free on all three deals.

  • Option one will be the 'Small plan' which will cost you just £10 per month and for this you will get 100 minutes, 250 texts, 200MB of data plus their built-in savings features.
  • Option two is the 'Medium plan', for £15 per month. Here you get 300 minutes, 3000 texts, 1GB of data and the built-in savings features. 
  • Finally is the 'Large plan' and this one will set you back a reasonable £25 per month. For that money you will get a whopping 1000 minutes, 3000 texts, 4GB of data and the built-in savings features.

You are probably wondering what the built-in savings are. These include unlimited family calls (a huge incentive for the whole family to sign up), free text alerts, free voicemail and free calls to customer care.

With BlackBerry Curve 9320 sales of to a flying start in the UK these deals from Talk Talk are really not to be sniffed at. Although I am not a big fan of 24 month contracts (and especially with BlackBerry 10 on the horizon) there is still a huge market for them and the longer you commit to a network the more they will give you. The above offer is an online special so if you fancy taking advantage of a bargain, head on over to Talk Talk and pick a talk plan.

More information/Order the BlackBerry Curve 9320 from Talk Talk

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Looking to pick up the BlackBerry Curve 9320 in the UK? Have you considered Talk Talk as an option?

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I'm headed to the UK soon and will be bringing my old 9000 along with my O2 pay as you go sim card. With the deal from Orange (free headphones), I was thinking about picking one up mostly for the free headphones and keeping the phone as a travel/backup phone. However, I can't tell which version is sold in the UK. Does anybody know if it's the 2100/1900/850/800 or 2100/1700/900 version?

Its Talk Mobile not Talk Talk (home broadband) .....Talk Mobile is trade devision of Carphone Warehouse!

Edit: lol Talk talk started mobiles noo waaaay :D hha

Im surprised to see how cheap mobile plans are in the UK, here in Colombia are like 3 times those fares!!!

Im surprised to see how cheap mobile plans are in the UK, here in Colombia are like 3 times those fares!!!