ATnT and RIM today announced a new BlackBerry Curve 8310 with built-in GPS and two new colors: Titanium and Red is now available for as low as $199.99 with 2-year contract and mail-in rebate. Here is more info from today's announcement:
"AT&T and Research In Motion (RIM) have announced the availability of the BlackBerry Curve 8310, which adds the power of built-in GPS (Global Positioning System) to the popular BlackBerry Curve. In addition to GPS, the new BlackBerry Curve 8310 advances the original design with two new eye-catching colors for AT&T customers.
With the BlackBerry Curve 8310 handset?s built-in GPS capabilities, customers can take advantage of location-based applications and services such as TeleNav GPS Navigator, which provides GPS-enabled turn-by-turn voice and on-screen directions that feature colorful 3-D moving maps and traffic alerts with rerouting. Customers will find TeleNav GPS Navigator useful in vehicles as well as while walking.
Building on its incredible visual appeal, the BlackBerry Curve 8310 from AT&T is available in two new eye-catching colors ? titanium and red. The red model is available in the U.S. exclusively from AT&T.
The BlackBerry Curve 8310 from AT&T ? featuring a large, ultrabright 320-by-240 pixel display that supports more than 65,000 colors ? measures just 4.2 wide by 2.4 inches long by 0.6 thick and weighs approximately 3.9 oz. It combines the renowned BlackBerry e-mail and messaging capabilities ? including a built-in spell-checker with user-customizable dictionary ? with premium phone features, a comprehensive organizer, fast Internet browser and other applications. It also features impressive multimedia capabilities, including a 2-megapixel camera with 5x digital zoom, an advanced media player, new desktop media manager software, a 3.5 mm stereo headset jack, a microSD memory slot for additional storage and Bluetooth 2.0 with support for the Bluetooth stereo audio profile (A2DP/AVRCP). The BlackBerry Curve 8310 also supports AT&T Mobile Music subscription services and AT&T Push to Talk for walkie-talkie-like communications.
The BlackBerry Curve 8310 from AT&T is enabled for the broadest domestic and international coverage area for wireless data services of any U.S. carrier. The BlackBerry Curve 8310 is powered by AT&T?s nationwide* EDGE network ? the largest high speed national wireless data network in the U.S. ? with availability in more than 13,000 cities and towns and along some 40,000 miles of major highways. The BlackBerry Curve 8310 can keep users who are abroad connected with wireless e-mail, Internet access and other mobile applications through data services in more countries ? more than 135 ? than any other U.S. carrier. Customers can also use the BlackBerry Curve 8310 to make or receive wireless phone calls in more than 190 countries.
The new BlackBerry Curve 8310 from AT&T is available now for as low as $199.99 with a two-year contract and mail-in rebate in all 1,800 AT&T retail stores nationwide, online at http://www.wireless.att.com and through select national retailers and AT&T business-to-business sales organizations.
Customers who want personal e-mail access and Web browsing with BlackBerry Internet Service can choose the BlackBerry Personal Unlimited plan for as low as $29.99 a month with a qualified voice contract. Unlimited corporate e-mail and data access via BlackBerry Enterprise Server is available for as low as $44.99 a month when a qualified voice plan is also chosen. Customers who travel overseas can select the BlackBerry International Unlimited data plan for as low as $64.99 a month with a qualified voice plan.
TeleNav GPS Navigator monthly service is available for $5.99 for 10 trips or $9.99 for unlimited trips. As features within AT&T Music, XM Satellite Radio and MusicID require monthly subscription fees of $8.99 and $3.99, respectively. Unlimited AT&T Push to Talk service is available for an additional monthly charge of $9.99 for each device and $19.99 for Push to Talk Family. AT&T Push to Talk also features a pay-per-use option of 15 cents a minute."