Sprint Officially Offers $200 BlackBerry Tour
RIM claims that web browsing is faster than ever here, with easy access to social networking sites and a microSD card slot to load up your multimedia. The phone itself is slimmer than a deck of playing cards, and considering that it touts a "world phone" specification, you can roam with it internationally should you be okay with paying crazy expensive data/phone rates. For a limited time, the BlackBerry Tour 9630 is $199.99 at Sprint on a two-year contract, but with the iPhone 3G selling for $99 on AT&T, we suspect this rate will drop off steeply in the near future.
- The full QWERTY keyboard makes sending emails and editing documents quick and easy
- Data gets delivered to the smartphone automatically thanks to BlackBerry® Push Technology.
- Users can keep in touch with colleagues or loved ones through instant messaging, or up-to-date on news, sports, weather and movies with Sprint TV®.