BlackBerry Curve on AT&T by tomorrow? hmm…

May 30, 2007 | By | 4 Comments

AT&T BlackBerry Curve

Boy Genius is still sticking to his word that AT&T will be launching the BlackBerry Curve before month’s end. This would mean that we will see the release of the Curve exclusively on AT&T for 90 days in the United States. The Curve will only cost you $199 with $100 rebate on two year contract. Read over to see the “leaked” press release. If this is true we wonder how much longer till Rogers get their Curve in Canada?

Stay tuned for more details.

BlackBerry Curve to Launch May 31


Exclusive to AT&T for at least 90 days after launch.


AT&T will launch the full-featured and much anticipated BlackBerry Curve on May 31 in all distribution channels. The BlackBerry Curve is exclusive to AT&T for at least 90 days after launch and is the smallest, lightest full QWERTY BlackBerry yet offered. It combines a compact design with many new features and broad international coverage.


With an exclusive, liquid silver finish and new trackball navigation system, the Curve is the first BlackBerry device to support AT&T Mobile Music, an enhanced media player, support for stereo Bluetooth headsets and a 3.5 mm headset jack. The device also features a 2-megapixel camera. The Curve is the first BlackBerry to offer spell-checker for e-mail, AT&T Push-to-Talk, TeleNav Maps and the AT&T Mall feature for purchasing ring tones and downloads.

The Curve offers support for phone, BES/BIS e-mail access, text messaging, Web browser, organizer, corporate data applications and more.


The quad-band BlackBerry Curve gives customers the ability to make phone calls in more than 190 countries and access e-mail and other data applications in 130 countries. All AT&T BlackBerry devices enjoy this advantage, giving the company the largest portfolio of BlackBerry products with global roaming capabilities of any U.S. carrier.


Special Note on Product Packaging at Launch


The BlackBerry Curve may also be identified as the BlackBerry 8300 on packaging and in-box materials for up to 30 days after launch.

Accessory packaging may have the BlackBerry 8300 designation for several months after launch. Please note these names refer to the same product. But in all customer-facing marketing materials (advertising, Web, merchandising), the BlackBerry Curve name will be used.



Other product highlights:


Dimensions: 4.21 inches x 2.36 inches x .61 inches; weight: 3.93 oz .

Excellent battery life: up to four hours talk time, up to 17 days standby time.

Supports expandable MicroSD memory.

Powerful 312 MHz processor.

BlackBerry Messaging (“IM-like” messaging to other BB devices).




BlackBerry Curve will launch with a $100 instant rebate in BMG channels:


No Commitment – $449.99


One-Year Contract without $100 rebate – 374.99


One-Year Contract with $100 rebate – $274.99


Two-Year Contract without $100 rebate – $299.99


Best Price (two-year unlimited + $39.99 voice) – $199.99

Filed in: AT&T, BlackBerry, Curve 8300 Series, Rumors, USA

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