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The BlackBerry Curve 9380 going cheap on Orange in the UK

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By James Richardson on 2 Jan 2013 08:08 am EST
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If you are in the UK and are in the market for a new Pay As You Go BlackBerry you may want to consider the Curve 9380 from Orange. I'm not entirely sure when they started selling the touch screen Curve but I have noticed today that it's a cheaper alternative to the BlackBerry Curve 9320.

Orange is offering the 9380 for £99.99 with a £10 top up which will save you a few pounds over the 9320 which is retailing for £119.99 with a £15 top up. The all touch BlackBerry Curve 9380 may not be as popular as the hardware keyboard variant, but for some folk it provides them with what they need in a small package.

The BlackBerry Curve has a 3.2 inch touch screen display, giving it that comfy feeling in the hand. Running BlackBerry 7 you still get all the features you do on all of the other BlackBerry devices, (minus the hardware keyboard of course) including, BBM, social networking apps, email just to name a few. Those of you with Christmas money still to spend may want to check it out?

Order the BlackBerry Curve 9380 from Orange UK here

Reader comments

The BlackBerry Curve 9380 going cheap on Orange in the UK

13 Comments

He said he'd only ever seen one of the all touch curves, not curves in general. I've never seen an all touch Curve, and I used to have have a curve when they ruled the world.

I picked up a 9320 on TM/EE for £96 + £10 top before xmas, phones4u + free cloud wifi for a year

I got one of these as a fill in while waiting for zed 10 after destroying my much loved and patched up pearl 3g and to tell the truth I'm very impressed, even friends with i phone 4s and galaxy 3 have commented what a nice little phone it is. I may now wait and see what the new curve is like in bb10.

they are selling them off as they are End Of Life, same as the 9360, i feel sorry for anyone that buys it as i tested it for 3 weeks for o2 and the small 844mhz processor cannot handle the Touch OS and it constantly hangs even when new.

9360 is the only workable full touch BB fact

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