Get 25% off the BlackBerry Curve 9310 from Boost Mobile

Get 25% off the BlackBerry Curve 9310 from Boost Mobile
By DJ Reyes on 29 Jul 2012 07:36 pm EDT

The BlackBerry Curve 9310 was made available by Boost Mobile earlier this month for $99.99. If you've been sitting on the fence about whether to get one or not, maybe this piece of news will sway you a little. You can get 25 percent off the marked price and get your hands on it for $74.99.

The little powerhouse of a device has OS 7.1, an FM Radio, 3.2MP camera, BBM hotkey and a speedy web browser. The offer is available direct from the Boost Mobile website. It's GSM counterpart, the Curve 9320 is doing pretty well in places it has been released and I'm pretty sure this one will sell well too.

To avail of the discount use 25off at checkout at and you can get it for $74.99. There is no indication on how long the offer is available for, so grab yourself a bargain today and don't miss out.

For more information and to purchase the BlackBerry Curve 9310 from Boost Mobile 

Reader comments

Get 25% off the BlackBerry Curve 9310 from Boost Mobile


I picked this up and took it right back. The screen resolution is the same as the 8530. Horrible for a 2012 released phone. 7.1 but no hotspot option ? Huh? Boost should have offered the 9350. I would buy that in a heartbeat. So I stay with my OS6 until January I suppose.

Seems you couldn't appreciate it. Why post the same thing on all of the blog entries? It makes no sense. If you don't like it, don't buy it or post. Research before buying, that's what I do.

That's right I couldn't appreciate it and I was very disappointed that 7.1 is supposed to have mobile hotspot and I would have never guessed the resolution would be the same as a curve from 2009.

I will post here and on any blog or thread I feel like in hopes that someone else won't set themselves up to be disappointed like I did.

Would have been nice if the description read ¤note¤ although this device runs 7.1 it appears mobile hotspot is not included.

Btw thanks for sharing with me "what you do" I hope you can appreciate that I am an individual who may not do as you do.

Looking forward to chatting again possibly on another 9310 post with you.

TL;DR: 9130 is a steal. 60/Month for unlimited everything = deal.

Wirelessly tether ala PDAnet or Tether via bluetooth, or wired if you prefer USB.

Boost doesn't enable hotspot for their phones because it's a prepay subsidy.

I did type a whole lot, but shift+del on accident erased it.

Stop complaining. Go back to your 600Mhz phone. I'll stick with my 800MHz processor.

Besides, this phone ain't meant to be a top-notch phone. It's an entry-level for a reason.

Tsk tsk, little human, tsk tsk.

LMAO @ you turds above both arguing over an obsolete phone. do yourselves both a favor and buy an iPhone and join the rest of the 21st century.

I hate you because you're iStupid.

I had an HTC Evo 3D before this phone. Didn't like it. I've used an iPhone.

It sucks.

It really does.

I want a phone made for typing, not gaming.

He is right though. The 9350/70 would have been a better phone to release. They are both entry level phones. Even for entry level though, this is sad on RIM's part.

Call me crazy, but I'm seriously wanting this phone! Alas, I'm currently stuck in a Sprint contract on my old BB Style.