The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is finally arriving at AT&T this Friday after a few months at T-Mobile. You'll pay $199.99 for it, but only after remembering to send in a $100 mail-in rebate.
The image and accompanying speculation purportedly confirms that the Blackberry 8900, long since comfortable on T-Mobile's network, is heading to AT&T this June. (Which we figured, since we've held one that looks just like this.)
T-Mobilers with BlackBerry envy can rejoice: they are the first to get the impressive Curve 8900 for $199 with 2-year deal.
Rumors regarding the corporate release of the BlackBerry Curve 8900 on January 19th gained momentum today with a $499.99 contract-free, $249.99 with a one-year contract and $199.99 with two year contract price structure.
We had a strong suspicion before, but this release memo over at BGR appears to confirm that T-Mobile will get the Curve 8900 and the 8-megapixel Samsung Memoir (which has gone by a number of different names through its FCC process) on February 18. In other shocking news, the 3G-equipped TM506 will be available in…
A supposed 2009 Blackberry Roadmap posted on TmoNews Forums suggests that we'll not only be seeing the Curve 8900 next year, but also a touchscreen Bold and a Storm with a slide-out keyboard.
The AT&T Tilt (also known as HTC Kaiser or AT&T 8925) has further firmed up for a September launch by way of a few leaked details from AT&T. The phone will be $349 with a two-year voice and data plan, push-to-talk, Wi-Fi, 2.8-inch tilting screen, push email, Microsoft Office for WM6, as well as AT&T Mobile Music and…