Vodafone has made public it is tripling the minutes on new BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 handset contracts, on a time limited offer.
The Research In Motion’s Curve 9300 mobile phone deal is only running until July 31st, although the offer lasts for the full 24 month duration of the price plan.
The BlackBerry 9300 was announced in August 2010, as the latest addition to the Curve series of mobiles which are the entry level range of smartphones in RIM’s arsenal.
Curve 3G effectively replaced the 8520, with the same 2.4-inch 320x240 LCD screen keyboard and optical trackpad, only with a faster 512Mhz processor and arrived with BlackBerry OS 6.
Vodafone’s offering of the BlackBerry 3G Curve 9300 is normally accompanied by 100 minutes, with an unlimited text message bundle and a 250MB data allowance for £20.50 a month.
This deal also includes 500MB of BT Openzone WiFi access, along with BlackBerry Internet Service as a part of the contract – with an extra 200 minutes, bringing the total up to 300.
Vodafone is carrying the phone in the regular found colour of black, or the exclusive colour of Red that matches the mobile phone network’s colour scheme.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com