TELUS Announces BlackBerry Bold 9790 and Curve 9380 Coming Soon

TELUS Announces BlackBerry Bold 9790 and Curve 9380 Coming Soon

Research In Motion today announced the BlackBerry Bold 9790 and Curve 9380. The Bold 9790 was thought to be an Indonesian exclusive, but turns out it will be available for the holidays in Canada. TELUS has tweeted that customers can expect the Curve 9380 and Bold 9790.

Bold 9790 price points are as follows:

No term $479.99
1 year term $429.99
2 year term $379.99
3 year term 329.99 $129.99 

‡ with any $50 plan, view more info here.

Curve 9380 price points are as follows:

No term $369.99
1 year term $319.99
2 year term $269.99
3 year term $49.99 

‡ with any plan, view more info here.

These two entry level devices really look great. You can check out the Bold 9790 specs here and the Curve 9380 specs here. Who of you on TELUS intend to pick one of these up?

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