BlackBerry Storm contract price cut to $99 by Verizon

BlackBerry Storm contract price cut to $99 by Verizon
Verizon has cut the price for the first touchscreen BlackBerry, the Storm, to $99.99 after a $100 discount, with a two-year contract. This could be a sign that the Wi-Fi enabled sequel, the Storm 2, is getting closer to Big Red's shelves. Just this past week, we reported that the dummy model of the Storm 2 had been apparently found in the carrier's inventory system. Ah, it just seems like yesterday that the dummy for the first version had been spotted in the stores and photographed by intrepid cellphone buffs. Time flies when your virtual QWERTY clicks. Anyway, for Verizon customers thinking of upgrading, the price cut brings the Storm under the price for the enV Touch featurephone, which makes for an interesting decision for some.

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source: Verizon via EngadgetMobile
BlackBerry Storm contract price cut to $99 by Verizon


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5 Comments

1. Striker13084

Posts: 128; Member since: Mar 30, 2009

after a $100 rebate, so the in store cost is the same.

2. jtm1208

Posts: 37; Member since: Jun 16, 2009

it was 219.99 with a 70.00 rebate so it has gone down 20

3. PapaJay224

Posts: 866; Member since: Feb 08, 2009

actually its gone down 50$ (199.99 -100$ MIR = 99.99) (Your example - 219.99 - 20 = 199.99 - 70 MIR = 129.99) I dont usually correct people but since I work for verizoon I dont want anyone getting confused by your post... STORM FTW!!!

4. jtm1208

Posts: 37; Member since: Jun 16, 2009

What I meant by my post was that it went down 20.00 in store. You are right it has dropped down 50.00 altogether. I can see how my post was a little bit unclear.

5. theman10

Posts: 93; Member since: May 16, 2009

It's a POS anyway, who cares.

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