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BlackBerry Curve 9350 now available from Cricket Wireless for $130 after discounts

Cricket Curve 9350
By Michelle Haag on 8 Jun 2012 02:33 pm EDT
Cricket Wireless is finally upgrading their BlackBerry offering. Until now they were only offering the Blackberry Curve 8530, but it seems that device has been replaced with the BlackBerry Curve 9350. The retail cost of the OS7 device is $199, but after instant and web discounts you can grab it for a reasonable $129. The monthly smartphone plane is $55 and comes with unlimited talk, text, and 3G data. As always, Cricket has no contracts, no credit checks, no activation fees, and free overnight shipping. Not a bad deal over all.

More information on the Cricket BlackBerry Curve 9350
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first with content ;P
(yes this is to you, first)

is the device price still important when the monthly plan costs 55+ dollar?


Michelle, do you know if NFC and FM radio work on this little guy?

I help a friend get and set-up her 9360 at ATT and not only was she impressed but I was too.


Yes it has nfc and radio along with 5mp camera /flash 512 inwards with up to.32 expanded. If it has auto focus then the camera is actually better than the bolds 9900...go figure.


I wish a real national provider would bring something like this to Canada.

No, Wind Mobile, Mobilicity and the other new comers aren't national.


This is actually a bit of an upgrade from my Bold 9780 even thought the keyboard isn't as nice imo. The monthly carrier cost is half what T-Mo is raping me for less service (I should maybe read Cricket's fine-print first?). I just might bite on this one to curb my craving for a 9900 at $500 out of contract.


Nice little deal. That el-cheapo Blackberry blows away 80 percent of the berrys in circulation.


I know a few people on cricket that would love the curve touch. Alas, they wont upgrade to this from the 8530.


Yes, with a blackberry specific data plan.


Who is the primary carrier that Cricket buys network services from?


I believe they use Sprint's network/towers


Therefore they are CDMA. :)

Cannot be unlocked, cannot have voice and data similtaniously at the same time.

Most people don't care abotu that anyways. ;)


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