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BlackBerry Bold 9650 now available online from Sprint

For those Sprint customers who have been patiently waiting for the arrival of the BlackBerry Bold 9650 today is your lucky day.  After searching Sprint’s website it appears as if this device is finally available for sale online.  The retail price is $450 but this new BlackBerry device can be had for as little as $199.99 after a $100 mail in rebate and 2 year contract.

The Unlocked BlackBerry Bold 9650 offers a wide variety of features that make it one of the best smartphones available right now.  The BlackBerry Bold 9650 comes with a 3.2 Megapixel camera, WiFi, microSD compatibility upgradeable to 32GB, Instant Messaging capabilities with the best messaging programs, GPS, Sprint TV and Bluetooth.  The full QWERTY keyboard also makes sending text messages and emails a breeze.  With all of these features standard it is easy to see why the BlackBerry Bold 9650 is expected to be a hot seller this summer.

With sales starting to slip for BlackBerry devices RIM is trying to make big comeback in the smartphone market with this new device.  Perfect for the business crowd or the casual smartphone enthusiast the BlackBerry Bold 9650 offers a wide array of features that will appeal to the masses.  Whether you wish to use this phone for business or pleasure there will be a ton of features and apps that will suit your needs.  The BlackBerry Bold 9650 is one of the most sophisticated Unlocked Smartphones on the market to date.  If you are looking to upgrade to a BlackBerry device this would be a great one to get your hands on.  Even if you currently have a BlackBerry you should consider upgrading to this handset as well.  I am sure you will not be disappointed that you did.

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  • Jessica

    After TRYing to use the iPad that I bought for my patners for a work trip, I cannot wait for the Blackberry Playbook. My thoughtsbabout the iPad's joys and inconveniences all see to be taken into account! The size seems perfect ( iPad is about two inches too big) and the schmaltzy iPad marketing is driving my crazy. I love being able to use the web bigger and to port my work around in a bigger format to share and project. Some apps just shine in a bigger format. But the Apple limits on flash and the near impossibility of showing my PowerPoint from it (and the lack of notes in Keynote) made this a barely useful machine. Bring on the BB tablet quick!