Saturday, 27 February 2010

BlackBerry Bold 9700 Available for $229.99 in Canada $50 Gift Card Included; 3-YR Contract from Bell Still Applies

Well look what the cat dragged in! A cheaper BlackBerry Bold 9700 seems
to be available in Canada. The deal is coming from none other than Best
Buy Canada and the giant electronics retailer is even throwing in a $50
gift card.Does that sound like something you d be up for? As you expect
there are strings
attached. RIM s latest smartphone is available for $229.29 from Best
Buy only if you re willing to go for a new 3-year contract from Bell.
Sure three years sounds like a lot but the BlackBerry Bold 9700 deserves
such consideration.
It s not like I haven t gone through the specs and features of the Bold
9700 for you before but I might as well remind you why you can grow to
love this beast:Dimensions: 109 mm x 60 mm x 14.1 mm Weight: 122 grams
2.44-inch light-sensing display Full QWERTY keyboard Touch-sensitive
trackpad Built-in Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) 3.2-megapixel camera with variable
zoom, autofocus, flash and video recording BlackBerryยฎ OS 5.0 Built-in
GPS 3.5 mm stereo headset jack Up to 15 hours standby time Up to 360
minutes talk time 256MB internal flash memory, expandable memory up to
32GB Bluetooth 2.0
I know that there s a chance Bell isn t your favorite carrier in the
whole wide Canada, but the deal is only valid with a Bell new plan.
Naturally, if you re up for it you can simply select a BlackBerry Bold
9700 from Rogers. Just a little while ago we told you how Rogers is
selling the BlackBerry Bold 9700 for $300 with a 3-year contract. Well
strike that from your memory, folks! It looks like Rogers is also
willing to sell the device for a lot less. The smartphone is available
for $249.99 with a new 3-year contract.
It looks like good things come to those who wait. So what will you
choose? Best Buy s $229.99 Bold 9700 or Rogers $249.99 BlackBerry deal?
So what if I tell you that Telus also sells the BlackBerry Bold 9700 for
$249.99? The deal is available from Best Buy Canada too!
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