BlackBerries, BlackBerries, BlackBerries! It must be summer, because BlackBerries are popping up all along the countryside. First up; the BlackBerry Tour. The Tour is a 3G smartphone with a 3.2 megapixel camera (that has geo-hashing and video recording), GPS, HTML web browsing, tethering support, Vcast, and VZ Navigator. It'll cost you $199.99 (after a $70 rebate) with a 2 year contract, and it comes out on July 12th.
Verizon is also offering a version of the Tour without a camera. The price of this stripped-down Tour is currently unavailable.
Also being offered is the BlackBerry 8830 World Edition smartphone for $49.99 (again, after a $70 rebate). The BlackBerry Curve 8330 is also out for the same price. In addition, the Pearl Flip 8230 is available for $79.99 and the BlackBerry Storm for $149.99, both with 2 year agreements and $70 rebates.
If you're a Verizon customer and a BlackBerry fan, July is going to be a good month for you.
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