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Rogers Rumors Coming True - BlackBerry Pearl 8110 and RED BlackBerry Curve 8310

Rogers BlackBerry Pearl 8110
By Kevin Michaluk on 28 Jan 2008 05:08 pm EST

It looks like two of our three recent Rogers Rumors are coming true. Rogers distributors, dealers and reps will be getting their hands on the new Rogers BlackBerry Pearl 8110 and RED Rogers BlackBerry Curve 8310 demos any day now if they haven't already.

Now we just have to wait for Rogers to release a WiFi-enabled BlackBerry. It just doesn't seem to be a priority for them! As for these beauties hitting the shelves, the 8110 could be out later this week/next and the red Curve a week later. Don't hold it against me if it's later! :-) Red Rogers 8310 image after the jump. 

Rogers BlackBerry 8310 Red

I didn't watermark the images with the CrackBerry logo but these are originals sent in from our Rogers Guy. So if you see em elsewhere on the web be sure to note they're from CB. :-)

Topics: News & Rumors


Megan L

can't wait!
I'm waiting to get my first phone (from rogers) and I want either the curve (any colour) or the pearl. But I LOVE having a bigger selection!
Do you happen to know what prices these'll go for and wether the previous curve and pearl will still be available?

ps. what was the 3rd rumour?


About time, i'm preparing my speech for customer relations now..I will have a Red Curve!!...my current curve is coming down with a trackball issue ;)

the Rogers Guy

$449.99 no term
$449.99 1 year term (stupid I know)
$399.99 2 year term
$249.99 3 year term (voice & data)


the 8110 pearl will be $249.99 on 3 year voice/data
the 8310 red curve will be $299.99 on 3 year voice data:



the Rogers Guy

..well for the 8110 anyway

Megan L

what are the differences between the 8110 and the 8130 anyway?


8110 GSM device...8130 CDMA device 2 different types of technology based on the carrier networks...theirs a few other differences but those mainly revolve around the OS.


that red curve is really nice!!!


It would be a lot nicer without that stupid Rogers logo on it. Telus FTW!! :)

Kevin Michaluk

Rogers Wireless is Canada's big GSM carrier. They're the only GSM carrier in Canada, so kind of have a monopoly over the coolest phones (which are typically GSM).


Jay Dow

I don't care about the 8110 (no WiFi). I WANT THE 8120 DAMIT!!! ROGERS GET OFF YOUR ASS AND GIVE IT TO ME ALREADY!

Megan L

well, the 8320 would be the best.....
but i guess i'll have to settle for what there is noww

Kevin B

"Now we just have to wait for Rogers to release a WiFi-enabled BlackBerry. It just doesn't seem to be a priority for them"

Why would it be a priority, They can make mony off you logging in to whatever you via there network. WiFi for rogers makes bad business sence. If it does come to pass great, but I wouldnt hold your breath waiting.