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Vodafone revealed the pricing plans yesterday for RIM's first-ever touchscreen smartphone, the BlackBerry Storm. Via SiliconRepublic.com, the new device will be available via four initial price plans, with a number of free options on three of those plans:
According to Vodafone, a number of free options for calls, texts and landline minutes will accompany the Perfect Choice Access 200, 400 and 600 price plans, whereby purchasers can choose between 100, 200 and 400 calls and texts or 100, 200 and 400 landline minutes respectively.
Additional call charges that will be applied to the pricing plans if users go beyond their package allocation will range between 18 cent and 30 cent, 11 cent per text message, €2 per megabyte of BlackBerry email and 2 cent per kilobyte of Vodafone Live.
Any Vodafone subscribers in the house? What do you think of the Storm's pricing?
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