Pick up the BlackBerry Curve 9320 in the UK for only £49.00!

Asda 9320
By James Richardson on 9 Jan 2014 03:06 am EST
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Holy shizzle sticks - here's a bargain if you're in the UK. Supermarket chain Asda have cut the price of the BlackBerry Curve 9320 to a mere £49.00. Yes, you did read that right. 

You can pick up the 9320 on Pay As You Go, with no catches, for this new price which is real steal. Sure, it's not running BlackBerry 10, but is it does just what a classic BlackBerry is meant to do - and that's to be an amazing communication device, with a great hardware keyboard.

As the 9320 is a legacy device you'll still need to buy your BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) every month which costs £5 and includes 500mb of data. In addition Asda have a wide range of top up options - ranging from £5 to £20 for phone calls, SMS and additional data. 

Asda Mobile runs off the EE network - which should give you great coverage, since customers will be able to take advantage of both Orange and T-Mobile cell sites. 

If you, a family member or a friend are in the market for a new smartphone, this one sure is an attractive offer. 

Order the BlackBerry Curve 9320 from Asda Direct

27 comments

nigoinsnow

So it is a good idea to get ppl buy more legacy phone than bb10 for this term as well?

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tvst28

BlackBerry still benefits from legacy units sold. I agree it's not ideal but it helps their numbers overall and more often than not, gives confidence to the retailers. For someone on a tight budget who is not in need of a fancy smartphone, this will do the trick. It's still a pretty functional phone for that price.

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ChrisHewer1

Leftover stock like the wii-u.

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christoph77

Yeps!

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Tyron74

And it is unlocked as well!
Plus it comes with 2 GB microSD!
SO GRAB IT QUICK!

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scrapmetal58

I think this would be a good back up phone, or a starter phone for a young person, or grandparents.

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jojo beaconsfield

Exactly and the BIS fees are not going to hurt them.

cgk

TBH for a insignificant difference in the TCO, a young person is going to be happier with a Moto G.

iN10Se

Great device for a backup or your parents. :)

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mnc76

Still overpriced for this relic. Sorry -- I love BlackBerry -- but this phone should never have happened. They should have been smart like Chen and made Jakarta earlier instead of releasing this.

Coffee Shampoo

This was released before the Z10

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mnc76

Ahhhh... My Bad! you're right! I was mixing it up with the 9720.

Ronstermadness

Maybe BlackBerry legacy devices can take the feature phone market. For those people that say "I just need a phone for communication " I can't think of a better phone for that. And if you look at the number of feature phone that sell every year not a bad "nitch" market.

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agarwal.apar

Woohhaa!! That's dirt cheap!! Perfect for people who want a basic phone with email/messenger!

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Ben1232

What a nice price for that great little BlackBerry.

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bbtino

I'd like the 9720 for the same price :)

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mikeycollins13

This is exactly what CarPhone Wharehouse offered to Heins last year when they tried to buy 2M units of that moron. He said NO.

They told we keep retail, you get BIS revenue.

What a prideful fool.

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revelations65

the sad part one it's on the EE Network , there has been numerous issues, O2 for me where I am has the best coverage, two it's locked, three legacy however, if one needs a phone, this is a great deal ,
just get the phone unlocked,

asianzone

The only upside is the BlackBerry service that they get from this. I am sure they are losing money on the phones

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darkehawke

Fantastic deal. The 9320 was the last great legacy device to be released!

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johnnyuk

Ummn the 9720 was released last summer and beats the 9320 hands down, particularly as it has a touch screen as well as a keyboard.

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Darren Clark1

ASDA must have changed their service supplier as they were originally with Vodafone?

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chrisjsandlin

Wow that is crazy cheep.

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JhonHartQnx

It's out of stock... of course :/

Z10 my baby...