AT&T BlackBerry Curve 8520 Units Arriving in Stores?!!

AT&T Curve 8520
By Adam Zeis on 2 Dec 2009 03:06 pm EST
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It looks like some AT&T stores are getting the Curve 8520 units in stock. The device was announced a few weeks back, but was stated only as "in the coming weeks". Still no definitive release date, but apparently its not far off. Nothing showing up yet on the AT&T website either. We'll keep you updated if anything else pops up, but if you're looking to grab an 8520 you may want to give your local store a call and see if they're holding out on you.

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AT&T BlackBerry Curve 8520 Units Arriving in Stores?!!

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My VP of HR just walked in with one and we set it up for her. She purchased it at AT&T yesterday to replace her old BB that she had lost.

I just went to AT&T Store a little while ago and they had the Curve 8520 on display!! It said "Coming Soon!" But that's here in Vermont!!

I just went to AT&T Store a little while ago and they had the Curve 8520 on display!! It said "Coming Soon!" But that's here in Vermont!!

Am I crazy? I swear I saw the new Curve at Best Buy in Atlanta over this past weekend for sale! And 50% off at that (all phones except Droid and iPhone)...

And though I didn't believe him, the Best Buy Rep told me that his Blackberry Rep already had the Tour 2.

Correct me if I'm wrong. But isn't the flagship 3G 9700, free or near free at AT&T now or atleast on e-tailers?

I am so tired of the 500,000 versions of the blackberry....
it seems that no sooner than a new one comes out, another one is announced and released. To the tired of the B.S. shoppper like myself, How about a chart / graph that lists all of the bb units available on a particular service ...ATT, TMO, Verizon, ETC. with all the features and options available to the units and a method of click and compare. And make it downloadable so that it can be brought to the store. How about a list or chart that shows the pricing of various distributors on line and off for the model of your choice. Gee, IS that to much to ask?? I don't think so. Crackberry should and MUST take the lead in this or risk becoming irrelevant and shallow thinking.

huh? really, it's called being a responsible buyer and researching...

thats a ridiculous undertaking as there are a ton of diff etailers to account for...and their prices change/vary extremely frequently...

also i believe on att.com or verizon.com you can compare devices side by side