The smartphone will be available for $200/€155 on no term
The old BlackBerry Curve 9320 is about to make its debut at Bell. Research In Motion (RIM) launched the Curve 9320 back in May 2012 and the smartphone landed in Canada a few weeks later.The device has been introduced in the country via multiple carriers, including TELUS, WIND Mobile, SaskTel, Koodo Mobile, Virgin Mobile and Mobilicity.
According to MobileSyrup, Bell decided to add the Curve 9320 to its lineup of BlackBerry smartphones, beginning January 11. The handset will be available for purchase for around $200/€155 on no term.
This is likely to be the last BlackBerry 7 smartphone launched by the Canadian carrier, as RIM is planning to announce its new series of BlackBerry 10 devices at the end of this month. Stay tuned for more updates on the matter.