BlackBerry Style 9670 and Red Torch 9800 Going to Bell Canada

BlackBerry Style 9670 and Red Torch 9800 Going to Bell Canada

If you are a customer with Bell Canada, you may be pleased to know that the BlackBerry Style 9670 and red Torch 9800 will be coming soon. It will be interesting to see how many carriers begin getting color variations of the Torch.

  • The BlackBerry Style 9670 is set to launch on November 23rd and ship to stores on November 15th. It will be shipping with an 8GB MicroSDHC card. Retail price is currently set at $399.99 but that will probably change with contract terms.
  • The BlackBerry Torch 9800 in red is also launching November 23rd and will be shipping to out to stores on November 15h. Pricing on the red Torch will be in line with the current $179.99 price on a 3 year contract.

How many of you on Bell Canada will be picking up a Style 9670 or red Torch?

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