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    Any chance TMO will be reducing prices on 9810 or 9900 anythime soon?

    Any chance TMO will be reducing prices on 9810 or 9900 anythime soon? Can't see forking out 300.00+

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    Quote Originally Posted by asabadin View Post
    Any chance TMO will be reducing prices on 9810 or 9900 anythime soon? Can't see forking out 300.00+
    I'm sure they'll eventually get tired of dusting off the inventory that's just sitting in store rooms and lower the prices. You have to keep an eye out for sales. They often rotate different phones to move stock. It could be a few days, weeks or even months for the Blackberries but they will go on sale. The Radar was just released a few weeks ago and they're already offering it for free over the last few days.

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    You can always try third party dealers if you're due for a full upgrade. Letstalk had the 9900 for $99 and the 9810 for $69 I believe. I want the 9900 too but not for $300 WITH a full upgrade.
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    No wonder RIM is failing with those kind of prices.

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    Who still buys BlackBerry phone nowadays?

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    I think it should go down when the first BBX phones come out. By that time blackberry 7.1 os will be out they will still be use able.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Androided View Post
    Who still buys BlackBerry phone nowadays?
    Some people like android, some iOS, some WP, and some of us LOVE BBs.
    I switched from a 9700 to an android so called "superphone"... Bad choice.
    Can't wait to sell it and get a REAL phone again.

    Choices... That's all.
    Last edited by rilbel; 01-17-2012 at 06:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Walcott View Post
    I think it should go down when the first BBX phones come out. By that time blackberry 7.1 os will be out they will still be use able.
    BBX isn't due out for at least a year per RIM. In real time that means April or May of 2013. 7.1 was due out in Nov. 2011. Now looks like Mar./Apr 2012
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    I want a Blackberry 9900 but the price needs to seriously be about $200 cheaper on-contract for T-Mobile.

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    Agreed.

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