Thinking of buying a BlackBerry Curve 9320 for Christmas in the UK? Tesco Mobile has a great deal on at the moment.

By James Richardson on 19 Nov 2012 12:05 pm EST

I was taking a casual look through the current UK carrier pricing for the BlackBerry Curve 9320 the other day when I came across what I consider to be a rather generous deal by Tesco Mobile. The price of the BlackBerry Curve 9320 on pay as you go is a respectable £125, but in addition the company are offering some rather nice extras which include the triple credit tariff. If you have not used Tesco Mobile before don't be put off as they run off the O2 network. In fact, I had a sim only deal with them for a year and was more than happy.

On the run up to Christmas I'm pretty sure that the Curve 9320 will be one (if not the) most popular smartphone in terms of sales what with the likes of BBM etc being 'down with the kids'. So with Tesco Mobile if you top up either £10, £15 or £20 they will triple your credit - bargain.

In addition they will also give you a free bundle and you will have the choice of either 5000 sms, 150 minutes or 500MB of mobile data. Sounds almost too good to be true. With more and more people shying away from 24 month contracts, offers like this are a pretty good reason to go down the PAYG route.

More information/Order your BlackBerry Curve 9320 from Tesco Mobile

Reader comments

Thinking of buying a BlackBerry Curve 9320 for Christmas in the UK? Tesco Mobile has a great deal on at the moment.


The UK seems to have a handle on what people want out of their carrier contracts. I know 24 month agreements are popular but I think the goal is to get to 18 months, maybe even a year, a far cry from the 36 months that are the norm here. Also, the contracted price for phones seems a lot fairer there too, we seem to pay a ridiculous percentage of the phone's value up-front. even on 36 month terms. When will the carriers here realise that we don't live in a bubble any more, that we know it's possible to make money on a shorter term and lower upfront costs?

Oh yeah, my daughter has a 9320 and loves it! Kids her age, 14-ish, text far more than they talk and from what she tells me touch screens just don't cut it in the school yard and BBs are looked upon as the holy grail of text and messaging devices! ;)

Why? It seems you are trying to change people's minds. That isn't going to work. PEOPLE THINK FOR THEMSELVES, they aren't going to listen to one person.