Vodafone unveils Bold 9700 price plan
22 October 2009 — 5:00 PM
The first tariff details have emerged for a new handset from Research In Motion (RIM), which may interest those recycling mobile phones for cash.
Vodafone has announced that interested parties can now pre-order the BlackBerry Bold 9700, which was announced this week, by visiting its online retail store.
In addition, the network has confirmed one of the tariffs that will be available for the gadget when it hits stores later this year.
It was noted the Bold 9700, which follows its 9000 predecessor, will be launched on a £35 monthly price plan that will offer the user 600 free minutes, as well as unlimited texts and web access to both the BlackBerry and Vodafone service.
"The sleek smartphone is ideal for both personal and professional use. The touch-sensitive trackpad makes it easy to glide through menus and flip between applications," Vodafone added.
RIM announced the Bold 9700 smartphone yesterday (October 21st) and the firm's president and co chief executive officer Mike Lazaridis said it would build on the original 9000 device.
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