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Developers are being offered discounts on the T-Mobile BlackBerry Bold 9900

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Developers are being offered discounts on the T-Mobile BlackBerry Bold 9900
Even though some see T-Mobile customers are in a bind over the recent availability of the BlackBerry Bold 9900, especially when it’s priced exorbitantly at $299.99, the carrier is actually offering a special promotion on the handset to developers.

Actually, it might be a good time trying to befriend a BlackBerry developer seeing that T-Mobile is offering discounts specifically for them. For a limited time, they can pick up the handset for the considerably more tasteful price of $199.99 on-contract after a $50 mail-in-rebate. In addition, they’re also going to waive the usual $35 activation fee that's normally accompanying most new handsets. However, it’s not explicitly stated if the deal is available to those developers with qualified upgrades.

Developers are being offered discounts on the T-Mobile BlackBerry Bold 9900
If you’re a developer planning on taking up this offer, you’ll need to call 1-866-464-8662 and select option 3 to speak with someone and mention promo code 7490TMOFAV to get the deal. As it stands, the limited time offering is set to expire on November 1st 2011 – so there’s still plenty of time for regular customers to seek out a BlackBerry developer of some sort to help them out.

source: T-Mobile via BerryReview

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posted on 07 Sep 2011, 15:07

1. Yeeee (Posts: 190; Member since: 02 Aug 2011)


If blackberry wanted to have a good selling phone they would sell it for 99 to begin with

posted on 07 Sep 2011, 15:28

2. Sam (unregistered)


Who actually thinks Blackberry will still be around in 5 years? Can't blame their idiot share holders telling the company to sell it or at least sell the patents lol. I guess they feel like the stock holders who owned shares in a typewriter company when the computers came out.

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