Free Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 on O2 with a free Xbox 360 4GB With Kinect - 24.99 a month contract of 24 Months @ Dial-A-Phone - HotUKDeals
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The latest Curve kid is here, boasting more connectivity options than ever before and a load of added extras to boot. Not only that but the BlackBerry Curve 3G is one of the first of it's kind to run RIMS brand new operating system BlackBerry OS6, making it one hell of a package.

The new operating system brings a range of cool integrated features, all simplified for quick access on a daily basis. Social feed integration is among the variety of messaging options, sitting somewhere between the text and instant messenger. Jumping on the 3G wagon, the Curve can now offer extensive connectivity along with the usual crowd, WiFi, Bluetooth and MicroUSB.

For the media types, there's a 2megapixel camera, media player, GPS support via Blackberry Maps and around 256MB of internal memory. This can be ramped up a notch using a microSD card, enabling you to boost storage up to 32GB. Sporting the same form factor as the original Curve this is the perfect upgrade for those wanting that little bit more from their BlackBerry.

Dimensions: 109 x 60 x 13.9 mm
Weight: 104 grams
TFT Display, 65k Colours
QWERTY keyboard
Touch-sensitive Optical Trackpad
Vibrating alert
MP3 and Polyphonic Ringtones
Dedicated music keys
3.5 mm Audio Jack
256mb Internal Memory
microSD Card Slot (TransFlash) (up to 32GB)
3G (HSDPA), EDGE, GPRS and Wi-Fi technology
Bluetooth Version 2.1 with A2DP
Micro USB v2.0
2 Megapixel Camera
Video Capture and Playback
Blackberry OS 6.0
Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Push E-Mail, Instant Messaging
HTML internet browser
Games: Downloadable
BlackBerry maps
MP3/eAAC+/WMA/WAV Player
MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV Player
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why cold, seems like a pretty good deal?
Thats a long contract
most contact are between 18months and 24 these days 12 month contracts have become rare
If you were looking to buy an xbox and connect and a mobile deal then it seems good to me. If you look at what all the equipment costs then the sim part of the deal costs about £6pm. Which is not bad for 500min, unlimited texts and 500mb data.
you can also get £50 quidco on this I think?
also noticed if you do not want the Xbox 360 you can get first 10 months free
make sure they give you the correct contract not like the one i got with no internet after clearly stating ref number and them agreeing.had to call enless amount of times and still no satisfaction

cheaper on t mobile limeted time offer: get free internet and email for 6 months and a free £30 M&S voucher and this is under £200!!

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