Excerpt: I use the Blackberry Curve 8830 primarily as a way to keep in touch with my work emails while I am out of the office. Since 80% of my job requires me to be on the field and away from my desk, staying in touch with my email is very important. I always receive service requests and tickets through email, and the Curve allows me to receive these requests while I am out on the field.
Excerpt: I have wanted a Blackberry for the longest time. One of my wealthy friends has always had one since they came out and he loves to rub it in my face. Well finally, I saw a deal that I couldn’t refuse. Sign up for AT & T service for two years, and I could buy the Blackberry Curve for a penny and not only that, it came with a $75.00 rebate so I actually got paid back $74.99! Now how cool is that? So I waited with great anticipation for my Blackberry Curve to arrive.
Excerpt: I have owned a myriad of phones in my time and the Blackberry Curve is the absolute best of all the phones i’ve ever used. First of all, it is basically indestructible. I have thrown it against the wall in anger a few times and it doesn’t even display a tiny scratch as a result. Not to mention the fact that it bounces around in my purse all day and displays absolutely no damage as a result of this. However, more importantly are the features of the phone.
Excerpt: Before owning the Blackberry Curve I had the Blackberry Pearl. I hated the three letters to one number typing which is why I switched to the Curve . I like that it has full keypad and number with the main punctuation keys easily visible. I also like that all the other punctuation marks are easy to find in a menu that you can access by hitting one button. The camera in the Blackberry Curve is really good and has a flash.
Excerpt: Fantastic phone, does everything one would want it to do, at a fraction of the cost of an iphone. Keeps me organized and in touch with all my friends, family, and colleagues. Awesome phone! Highly Reccomend!
Excerpt: The Blackberry Curve 8300 does just about everything well. Camera's pretty good, Blackberry software is great, sound quality is just outstanding. Apparently Amazon already has the phone on sale for $50. The only real problem is the tiny keys, the not always great AT&T/Cingular service, and fact that it doesn't sync with iTunes. I don't think they could have solved any of these problems.
Excerpt: I purchased the BlackBerry Curve in June of 07, and I don't know how I went so long without a phone like this! It's just the right size for me (compared to the Treo), I have square tip nails so typing is a breeze. Being able to access the internet at anytime is a huge plus. The phone itself came with a decent selection of ringtones and backgrounds, so you're not stuck listening to a ringtone that doesn't fit your style.
Excerpt: This blackberry is spectacular. The battery life is excellent. It makes Phone calls and Internet more fun. The screen is very vivid and lively.I would recommend it highly for everyone busy or not.A good product with many apps.