Move away from long contracts by selling old mobile phone
9 August 2010 — 3:55 PM
Consumers looking to join the growing movement away from long-term contracts may wish to sell an old mobile phone in order to fund the purchase of a BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9105.
The device is now being offered by T-Mobile on a pay-as-you-go basis and offers people a range of benefits and features, according to Asavin Wattanajantra, reviewing the phone for CNET UK.
It should be pointed out the deal is strictly limited, so those who wish to take it up may be best advised to move quickly.
Commenting on the technology itself, the expert writes: "As well as the addition of 3G, which is basically a standard feature of smart phones, there's also a useful 3.2-megapixel camera."
It is also said the move to a pay-as-you-go format is a significant step in making BlackBerry devices open to a wider range of people.
BlackBerry has recently announced the launch of its latest device, the Torch 9800, which will be stocked by a number of networks such as Three.
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