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Blackberry Pearl Now on Amazon and Cingular

File under: Amazon, AT&T (Wireless), Blackberry Pearl, Early Adopter, For Him, Wireless and Phones

Cingular Blackberry Pearl Amazon

The Cingular Blackberry Pearl (AKA the Blackberry 8100c) is finally available on Amazon for $49.99 with a contract or $499.99 without a contract. Estimated delivery time is 3-4 weeks. It’s also available on Cingular‘s website for $199.99 with a contract.

Previously available exclusively through T-Mobile, the Blackberry Pearl is Blackberry’s first major foray into a full featured consumer smartphone. While previous Blackberry’s were designed for business users, the Pearl features a 1.3 megapixel camera, a media player, and a microSD slot for media storage. With GPRS and EDGE, the Pearl can support up to 10 email accounts, instant and text messaging (AOL/AIM, Yahoo!, MSN, and ICQ), and a web browser. It also includes Bluetooth 2.0 and a built-in speakerphone. The Cingular Blackberry Pearl will work with Cingular’s TeleNav GPS service which enables trip routing for a fee ($5.99/$9.99 per month).

Link:  Cingular Blackberry Pearl – Amazon$49.99 | Cingular$199.99

November 30th, 2006 | Permalink

Lagniappe: Free Mobile Phones ($0, 1 cent, and Even Money Back)

File under: Amazon, Blackberry Pearl, Lagniappe (Free! Free! Free!), Wireless and Phones

Amazon

One of the many hidden benefits of Amazon is that their mobile phone store offers significant rebates and discounts that push many of the most popular phones down to a penny or zero dollars. In fact, some phones will even result in money back ranging from $20 to $149.

We’ve looked through the site and are providing you with a chart listing mosts of the popular phones available for “free”. Each provider and phone has different terms so please make sure you read the details. You will probably be required to sign up for a new contract or in some cases extend your existing contract. If you’re a Sprint customer, don’t forget to call them and make sure you can cancel your contract.

Links to phones (sorted by provider):


Cingular
Sony Ericsson W810i (Cingular)

Sony Ericsson W810i
Free

Samsung D807 (Cingular)

Samsung D807
-$69.99

Motorola SLVR L7 Pink (Cingular)

Motorola SLVR L7 Pink
-$19.99

Motorola SLVR L7 Black (Cingular)

Motorola SLVR L7 Black
-$19.99

Motorola RAZR V3 Black (Cingular)

Motorola RAZR V3 Black
-$49.99

Motorola RAZR V3 Pink (Cingular)

Motorola RAZR V3 Pink
-$19.99

Motorola RAZR V3 Cosmic Blue (Cingular)

Motorola RAZR V3 Blue
-$19.99

Cingular 2125 Smartphone (Cingular)

Cingular 2125 Smartphone
-$20.01


T-Mobile
BlackBerry 8100 Pearl (T-Mobile)

BlackBerry 8100 Pearl
-$20.01

BlackBerry 8700g (T-Mobile)

BlackBerry 8700g
-$20.01

BlackBerry 7105t (T-Mobile)

BlackBerry 7105t
-$149.99

Motorola RAZR V3 Pearl Gray (T-Mobile)

Motorola RAZR V3 Gray
-$69.99

Motorola RAZR V3 Magenta Pink myFaves (T-Mobile)

Motorola RAZR V3 Pink
-$69.99

Samsung t629 (T-Mobile)

Samsung t629
-$20.01

T-Mobile MDA Smartphone (T-Mobile)

T-Mobile MDA Smartphone
-$20.01


Sprint
Samsung A900 (Sprint)

Samsung A900
Free

Sanyo SCP-6600 Katana Blue Sapphire (Sprint)

Sanyo SCP-6600
Blue Sapphire
Free

Sanyo SCP-6600 Katana Mystic Black (Sprint)

Sanyo SCP-6600
Mystic Black
Free

Sanyo SCP-6600 Katana Cherry Blossom (Sprint)

Sanyo SCP-6600
Cherry Blossom
Free


Verizon Wireless
Samsung A930 (Verizon Wireless)

Samsung A930
$0.01

Motorola RAZR V3m Silver (Verizon Wireless)

Motorola RAZR V3m Silver
$0.01

Motorola RAZR V3m Pink (Verizon Wireless)

Motorola RAZR V3m Pink
$0.01


October 25th, 2006 | Permalink
October 15th, 2006 | Permalink

Get Out of Your Sprint Contract Today

File under: Amazon, AT&T (Wireless), Blackberry Pearl, Nokia E61 and E62, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless

It’s being reported that Sprint’s increase of text-messaging costs from $0.10 to $0.15 means that anyone tied up in a Sprint contract can terminate by October 31 without incurring any penalty. We haven’t tried this yet although we’re tempted.

If you are a Sprint customer, this could be a good opportunity to take advantage of the great incentives offered by mobile phone providers and retailers to lure you to sign up for new service. Below are some of our suggestions for the latest and greatest mobile phones on the market today.



Verizon LG Chocolate  Verizon Motorola Q  Verizon Treo 700p  Verizon Treo 700w

Verizon
Like Sprint, Verizon offers a high speed data network to compliment its already strong voice coverage. The Verizon lineup is headlined by several smartphones including the latest Treos and the very popular full keyboard Windows Mobile based Motorola Q. If you are looking for something a little smaller and cooler, consider the Verizon LG Chocolate, a slider phone which not only resembles popular MP3 players, but also includes media and music functionality. This minimalist-inspired phone comes with support for VCast Music, a 1.3 megapixel camera, and a microSD slot for extra storage.




T-Mobile Blackberry Pearl  T-Mobile Dash  T-Mobile Sidekick III

T-Mobile
T-Mobile has been the most active mobile phone provider lately, highlighted by its announcement of a new high speed data network (launching in 2007). The Blackberry Pearl, released just a month ago, is only available on T-Mobile and represents a significant attempt by Blackberry to create a consumer-friendly product that incorporates the best of Blackberry with features consumers want (camera and music, for example). Additionally, T-Mobile announced the upcoming release of the T-Mobile Dash which is a full keyboard Windows Mobile device designed to compete with the Motorola Q. And, of course, there is always the celebrity-friendly Sidekick III which incorporates instant messaging, email, and browsing in one cool device.




Cingular Nokia E62  Cingular Sony Ericsson w810i

Cingular
It’s hard to hide our enthusiasm for the Nokia E62 and its bigger unlocked brother the Nokia E61. Cingular is the only wireless provider offering the sleek Nokia E62 which features a full keyboard, a sharp screen, and very good software for all your needs (check out the web browser, it’s very good). If you’re looking for a smaller entertainment phone, try the Sony Ericsson w810i which includes a music player and software allowing you to transfer music from your favorite CDs or your PC to the phone. It includes a 2 megapixel camera with autofocus, a full email client, and like other Sony Ericsson phones, it’s well built and designed with great software.




Sprint Treo 700p  Sprint Treo 700wx

Sprint
Maybe you like Sprint and their broadband network. If so, you can sign a new contract and pickup a new Treo at a discount. Treo 650 users can upgrade to the Treo 700p which addresses many of the shortcomings (including memory issues) with the previous Treo products. Or, you may want to change your experience compelety and try the Windows Mobile based Treo 700wx.

October 11th, 2006 | Permalink

BlackBerry Pearl Now Available on T-Mobile ($199.99)

File under: Blackberry Pearl, Early Adopter, Product Launches, T-Mobile, Wireless and Phones

T-Mobile

T-Mobile BlackBerry PearlRIM has revolutionized the way American businesses operate by introducing advanced wireless communications to the corporate masses. Through its now ubiquitous BlackBerry devices, executives, lawyers, and politicians stopped calling and started texting. Now, in its continuing expansion into the consumer market, RIM and T-Mobile just released the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 ($199.99 – T-Mobile Only).

The new lightweight T-Mobile BlackBerry Pearl is a quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE world phone with all the benefits of a professional BlackBerry plus the features and technology we would want in our phones. For example, this is the first BlackBerry to include a camera (1.3 megapixel) and a media player with a microSD slot for media storage. Internet messaging and data functionality includes support for up to 10 different email accounts, instant and text messaging (AOL/AIM, Yahoo!, MSN, and ICQ), and a web browser. For easy communication, the BlackBerry Pearl comes with Bluetooth 2.0 and a speakerphone. At $199.99, it’s also a good deal for an advance phone.

BlackBerry Pearl | T-Mobile | $199.99 | $99.99 (Amazon)

September 16th, 2006 | Permalink

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