Rogers Docs: Curve 8320 and new Rate Plans

Rogers BlackBery Curve 8320
By Kevin Michaluk on 18 Sep 2008 10:21 am EDT
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We received some nice Rogers info yesterday. Some of it went to our sibling site WMExperts.com (HTC Touch Diamond is coming if anybody cares.. lol), and here we have the goods related to CrackBerry Nation.

The WiFi-equipped BlackBerry 8320 Curve will soon be hitting Rogers in Sapphire Blue and will support Rogers' UMA/Talkspot service. Sweet! And after the jump we have a snap shot of Rogers' latest BlackBerry plans.

Rogers Data Plans

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Rogers Docs: Curve 8320 and new Rate Plans

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Looks like I'll definitely be grabbing the $30 6GB plan when my Blackberry 8310 shows up (hopefully) this week!

why doesnt the bold get UMA? i thought as long as the device had built-in WIFI it could support the UMA feature...?

30$/300mb to 25$/500mb is a nice upgrade for thoses that dont want to sign 3 years data contract (30$/6 gig is only on 3 years contract) and 500mb is basically unlimited on bb except for tethering

Is there any plans to update the BES plans as well? I know they just recently changed them and so i didn't want to have to change them and then call again in a few weeks to change it again. Figured i'd just wait till the latest pricing comes out. (still have the $60 - 25megs...

whoa whoa whoa...am i seeing this right? are BES plans the same as BIS plans? I can get 3 gigs now for $60? FRIGGIN amazing!... (obviously not as good as the $30/6 gigs but still..)

lmao.... it calls the shape design for the bold sleek and thin.... don't get me wrong thats teh bb device i'm waiting for and am obsessed with but there's no denying that the bold is pretty bulky in comparison with the mobile devices currently in the market and coming out soon.

lmao.... it calls the shape design for the bold sleek and thin.... don't get me wrong thats teh bb device i'm waiting for and am obsessed with but there's no denying that the bold is pretty bulky in comparison with the mobile devices currently in the market and coming out soon.