There's still no official price listed for normal T-Mobile customers, but that's sure to come soon. Pricing was recently disclosed for business customers as $199 with a 2-year contract, $249 for a 1 year contract, and a (whopping) $499 to buy the phone outright.
We can only imagine the consumer pricing for the device will be in line with this. It's hard to imagine T-Mobile charging more than $199 on contract for the device, although stranger things have happened.
Just to recap, the BlackBerry Curve becomes available to business buyers on 19 January and should be made available for the rest of us on 11 February.
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