(Posts: 190; Member since: 02 Aug 2011)
If Blackberry wants to be popular they got to sell their phones for less. They make the most profit out of all manufacturers for phones that arent that great in specs.
RIM (if it had any chance at all) isn't going to make up any ground with a price tag that high...
(Posts: 1; Member since: 02 Aug 2011)
If RIM expects to get any buyers they will need to have the price to $200 on a two year contract at maximum
(Posts: 33; Member since: 05 Jun 2010)
an adult phone with an adult price tag. a great phone, i'm buying one
Loved Blackberry and was a fan! but now with these new prices on phones that should have come out lastyear they have realy messed me up. i was gonna get the bb9900 from sprint but i think ill go with the motorola photon. Will miss the heck out of blackberry but you have failed me as a provider and have took to long with low specs and high prices. I am so hurt that i am leaving blackberry........good bye.
(Posts: 25; Member since: 11 Jul 2011)
If you cant afford it, then either A) Get a job, or B) dont buy it...
Does this device have a native email application or will i have to hook this up to a computer or something so i can send emails?
Man I hope the Bold 9930 for Verizon does not sell at this price I want to try something new, 2007 I started with IOS got sick of it then moved on to android, now I want to try blackberry OS, this seems like the phone to get, man RIM $300. FAIL!
Leaked document confirms release for the T-Mobile BlackBerry Bold 9900 - plus pricing