Celcom is also offering the new BlackBerry Curve 9320 with a special fire sale from just RM88. It is happening tomorrow at Blue Cube Pavilion (1st 100), Blue Cube Spring Kuching (1st 50) and Blue Club 1Borneo KK (1st 50) where they can get it for RM118. From each venue, there will be lucky draw where 5 people are able to snap up the Curve 9320 for just RM88. In addition, the first 100 customers in Central and the first in Sabah and Sarawak are will get a free personalized BBM Pin key chain.
The special promo is tied with 12 months contract of any bundled plans from RM88/month. More details of the special Curve 9230 fire sale offer here.
Head after the break for the standard offer that starts from RM388.
Maxis today has revealed its bundling offer for the BlackBerry Curve 9320. Priced at RM799 outright, the entry level 3G BlackBerry device is offered as low as RM199 with 24 months contract bundling with its BIS Pro plan that comes with 3GB data at RM90/month.
The BIS data plans are bolt-on on top of Value First, Value Plus or supplementary lines.
If 24 months is too long, Maxis also offers 12 months contract version and there’s a lower commitment BIS Standard plan that offers 500MB + 500MB free data at RM55/month. Additional usage is charged at 30 sen per MB. Those taking up the package are also required to pay an upfront payment which will be rebated back to your bill across 5 months period.
For more information, head over to Maxis.
While both the Curve 9220 and 9320 look alike, the 9320 offers 3G support and a higher 3.2MP camera. The rest of the hardware remains unchanged with a 2.44″ 320×240 display, 1,450mAh battery and 512MB RAM. In terms of OS, it runs on BlackBerry OS 7.1. In a way, this can be seen as an upgrade of its previous Curve 9300. You can check out videos of the device over at the previous post here.
More info on the Curve 9320 here.
RIM has recently announced a new entry level BlackBerry Curve 9320. A few weeks ago, RIM introduced the Curve 9220 in India which looks similar but comes with much lowered specs.
The Curve 9320 appears to be an upgrade of its previous Curve 9300. It comes with a 2.44 QVGA display (320×240), 806MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 512MB of ROM with expandable storage via microSD.
It is slightly lighter and slimmer than the outgoing Curve 9300 at 12.7mm thick and weighs at 103g. Over at the back, it comes with a 3.2MP shooter and it is powered with a generous 1,450mAh battery, which is 300mAh more than the previous model. Out of the box, it runs on the latest BlackBerry 7.1 OS.
For more information, head over to BlackBerry 9320 product page.
Head after the break for videos of the Curve 9320.