Phones 4 U reveals price plan for BlackBerry Bold 9900

By DJ Reyes on 18 Jul 2011 10:33 am EDT
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BlackBerry Bold 9900

The exact launch date of the BlackBerry Bold 9900 has continued to be a mystery, however Phones 4U have released tariff details for the device and made it available for pre-order with a delivery date of 15th of August. Phones 4U will be offering the Bold 9900 through the Vodafone network and plans start from £36 a month on a 24 month contract. This will give you 600 mins, 3000 texts and 500MB data and BlackBerry email each month with the device being free. There will are two other plans available - £41 a month, 24 month contract, giving you 900 mins, 3000 texts and 750MB of data, European Browsing and BlackBerry email and £46 a month, 12 month contract, which gives you 900 mins, 3000 texts and 500MB of data and BlackBerry email per month. On this tariff the device will cost you £139 up front. These plans are all available for pre-order on the Phones 4U website.

More information on the Phones 4U website

8 comments

Vix

And it shows a date of delivery as 15th August..

buritoslicer

August 15th huh? I wish VZW had a launch date like that... :(

DJ Reyes

Here's hoping that date doesn't change

zensen

With a date so close and many ppl getting their hands on it. I'm 'surprise' kevin hasn't got the device for a review lined up. ;)

BBPandy

Who's to say he doesn't?

It's very plausible that they have already given him one. As he would be under a publications ban not say anything about it until the official release date...

What we need to do is stalk Kevin. Follow him around Winnipeg / Miami and watch what phone he uses when someone calls him :P. If it's the 9900, he had better start using assumed names around town. As well as hire some bodyguards to protect him from all the Crackberry Citizens who are going to be chasing him around town, hounding him with questions, and asking to play with it! lol

Xterra2

I agree
Iinfact he may be using one, RIM must hhavve given him when he went to Waterloo that's if he didn't get before then.
Heck, Engadget go the 9900 and 9810 ages ago.
Let's stalk him,

dadathepanda

I was chatting with a Sprint rep and he pretty much said that the 9930 will be $199 w/ a 2 yr agreement, priced on the same line with the current Sprint Bold. And that makes sense since $199 is the spot where all the phones are right now. Me, for one, can't wait to get my pandish paws on the Bold 9930. And a mid August release was almost confirmed during the same conversation. Of course, the reps do not always tell all or know all but that conversation coupled with all the buzz online leads me to believe that the info I have is accurate.