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Old 11-13-2007, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if there's any new blackberries coming out for at&t in the near future at all?
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Old 11-13-2007, 09:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would guess that the 8120 would come to T-Mobile and AT&T. But, again, it is just a guess.
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Like the 8310 isn't new enough?

Seriously no firm news of anything new soon!
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oh I just switched over to at&t from sprint haha I didn't know the 8310 just came out. I went and bought an 8300.
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Ouch! No, just playing. Yeah the Curve is a great device, though. I have the 8320 and love the form factor and WiFi.
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oh I just switched over to at&t from sprint haha I didn't know the 8310 just came out. I went and bought an 8300.
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I bought it off some dude for 150 it was used, but it's alright. I couldn't do it on a plan because I was putting it on my employee plan @ radio shack where I work and I need to pay "retail" for the phone. So, down the road I might switch to the crimson red curve.
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