Who knew my son would grow up to not only be an international superstar, but the president of a cellular company? And what a nice company it is, getting this fancy Blackberry 8120 with Wi-Fi. It's already been on AT&T, but AT&T don't have no Hotspot@Home calling support for Voice over IP. Makes a momma proud.
Hot on the heels of the T-Mobile Blackberry news, AT&T are also offering the candy bar, wi-fi Blackberry 8120. It'll cost $199, and requires a two-year contract at $39.99 per month for voice plus $30/$40 unlimited personal or business data plans.
US T-Mobile subscribers who've been eagerly awaiting the arrival of new Blackberrys (I'm sure you're out there guys) can relax. The Blackberry 8820 will be available as soon as March 24th, and its smaller cousin 8120 hits the upgrade program on April 14th. No word on how much they'll cost you, though. [BoyGeniusReport]
The Wi-Fi-enabled BlackBerry Pearl, which was previously Europe-only, has finally made its way into the US by way of AT&T. The 8120 had a 2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, and a price of $199 with a two-year contract and rebates. What would you use that Wi-fi for? How about watching TV shows over Slingplayer? [Crave]
PinStack.com has posted new pictures of the upcoming BlackBerry Pearl 2, as well as some new spec information that will make your eyes bleed in profound joy. According to Pinstack, the new Pearl 2 will have a slew of improvements — from a better email layout and display to improved voice control software. It'll also…