T-Mobile USA snags BlackBerry Curve with WiFi

AT&T recently announced the launch of the BlackBerry 8820 with WiFi, now T-Mobile USA has announced that it will offer the BlackBerry 8320, or the BB Curve with WiFi. The design is the same as the original Curve, which runs on AT&T's network, but the new Curve has a broader keyboard. Both AT&T's and T-Mobile's versions have 2 megapixel cameras. T-Mobile is offering the handset for $249.99 with a two-year contract. It comes in either "pale gold" or "titanium." Interesting that there have been a couple of high profile WiFi-enabled phone launches since the 700 MHz debate over open access and open devices. Here's what the handset looks like in pale gold: (click to enlarge)

For more on T-Mobile's latest device:
- read this article from PC World

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