Rogers lowers the Bold 9900 to a more suitable $199 pricing, but still requires a 3-year contract
Previously, like many of the wireless operators around the globe selling the Bold 9900, Rogers initially priced their model at $249.99, but they've actually just reduced the price by $50. Now that it’s flaunting a $199.99 price point, it’s undeniable that people are going to be attracted to it even more. However, it’s worth noting that you’ll be tied down to a 3-year contract with Rogers – so that's where the pickle comes into play.
source: Rogers via MobileSyrup
1. caclark724 posted on 12 Aug 2011, 16:23 0 0
but really...who wants to be tied into a 3 YEAR contract on a Blackberry that will get another system overhaul in Q1 of 2012 with Blackberry Colt, a QNX Device and then Blackberry 7 will be no more. Seems silly but i guess we will see what happens
7. depeche posted on 13 Aug 2011, 20:23 0 0
That is Canadian Carrier's standard length for a contract...
4. Andy (unregistered) posted on 12 Aug 2011, 19:42 1 1
Who would even buy a blackberry. There going to be out of business pretty soon. Complete garbage from RIM.
8. depeche posted on 13 Aug 2011, 20:25 0 0
Not true... they will be around for a while, this will be a major upgrade for all upcoming blackberry device
6. rex0422 posted on 13 Aug 2011, 09:26 0 0
I hate those three year contract, I rather go with other phones, without three year contract.