rogers blackberry 9900
The rebirth of RIM is almost upon us. Last week Rogers announced their 3-year price plans for the upcoming BlackBerry Bold 9900, Torch 9860 and Torch 9810. The Bold 9900 came in at $249.99 while both the 9810 and 9860 hit the $199.99 mark. A few days ago we revealed the complete price plans for the Bold 9810, no-term cost came in at $549.99 and was $50 less for each of the other yearly contracts. Images have now surfaced online from CrackBerry that shows the complete price plans for the 9900 and the 9860. Also, the 9810 doc looks like it’ll come two colours, grey (chrome) and a white version.
It’s not just the Beckhams who are keen on the number seven – RIM has just announced that seven new BlackBerry blowers are on the way.
Speaking at RIM’s annual shareholders meeting, Co-CEO Jim Basillie announced that seven new BlackBerry handsets are on the way.
Basillie says they are due to launch ‘in rapid succession’ and he isn’t mincing is words – they will be arriving within the next couple of months, according to website IntoMobile.
Confirming the dates found on three of the four retailers we investigated yesterday, one of the summer releases will be the BlackBerry 9900, which comes equipped with a 1.2GHz processor, a 2.8-inch touch display and BlackBerry 7.
We already know that the BlackBerry Bold 9900 is going to be released in Canada by Virgin Mobile. Unsurprisingly, it looks like at least one more Canadian carrier will offer the new Bold – and that’s Telus. Even more, Telus will probably also get the unannounced BlackBerry Touch 9860.
A photo of both the 9900 and 9860 running on Telus’ network has recently appeared on Twitter, leading us to believe that it won’t be long until the carrier launches the two smartphones.