Mobile phone Three has unveiled that the recently launched BlackBerry Curve 9360 will be carried by their network, when the phone is released in September.
Research In Motion's Curve 9360 now joins Three's BlackBerry announcements of two weeks ago, where the company released the news they will also be carrying the new Bold 9900 and the updated slider Torch 9810.
The Curve 9360 is the replacement to last year's BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300, as an entry level device that happened to be RIM's very first 3G handset in this series.
This new variant is also the first in the low-end series to support NFC, where only the Bold 9900 joins the ranks of the non-contact payment method that will soon be with us all.
BlackBerry Curve 9360 will tip up with a traditional BB design, with a non-touch 2.44-inch screen and Qwerty keyboard, whilst running from an 800MHz CPU and the very latest BlackBerry 7 OS.
Three is currently carrying the older Curve 3G 9300 on contracts as low as £20 a month, with 300 minutes, a 5,000 text message bundle and a 500MB data allowance – which One Mobile Ring believes could be matched, when the BlackBerry Curve 9360 arrives mid-September.
Check out the video before from Three, which highlights the upcoming RIM 9360 device.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com