Verizon Wireless Launches BlackBerry Curve 8330 Early

Verizon Wireless has launched the long-awaited BlackBerry Curve ahead of its expected release later this month, though some customers were able to order through TeleSales as early as May 1st.

The device features a QVGA landscape display, trackball navigation as found on the Pearl, a 2.0 megapixel camera with video recorder and flash, media player, and GPS support through VZ Navigator.

The device is now available for $319.99 after new 2 year agreement before two additional discounts (one instant online worth $100 and a mail-in rebate worth $50) that bring the total to $169.99.

Buy a BlackBerry Curve 8330 from Verizon Wireless

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3 responses to “Verizon Wireless Launches BlackBerry Curve 8330 Early”

  1. EJ

    VZW pulling out all the stops to snuff Sprint… The Pindrop needs to catch a break here at some point.

  2. Don Louie

    And I thought Sprint would sell it 1st

  3. MeMEme

    Alltel launched it a week ago.

    Sprint is bad shape and losing customers crazy fast

    Verizon is healthy and kicked butt in auction.

    WHAT’S next for Sprint???
    bad news bears