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Once: Win a Blackberry Bold & accessory pack courtesy of O2

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Found 27th Mar 2009Made hot 29th Mar 2009
ANSWER: Research In Motion

Grab your chance to nab one of BBs top new handsets!

To celebrate the launch of O2s new tariffs, TechRadar has managed to bag one of the hottest BlackBerry handsets at the moment, the Bold 9000.

One lucky winner will get their hands on the phone some are calling the cool choice for a business phone, which comes with one of the best QWERTY keyboards in the mobile arena.

It builds on RIMs impressive history of top-notch smartphones with a high resolution screen and is one of the first in the BlackBerry family to feature HSDPA connectivity.

This means you can view the web and download files at up to 7.2mbps second, and should you find yourself without signal then you can always connect to Wi-Fi thanks to the variety of wireless standards.

The user interface has been completely overhauled for the latest generation of BlackBerry users who like to instant message, find out where they are via the inbuilt GPS and watch multimedia on the go on top of the usual array of inbuilt emailing capabilities.

For more information on the BlackBerry Bold, courtesy of O2, head over to my-blackberryfromo2.com

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Thanks, rep added.

nice one, ta

Thanks heat added!

Thanks

good one h and r added:thumbsup:

Research In Motion :thumbsup:

thanks

Fingers crossed! Thanks.:thumbsup:

Thanks, entered. H&R added.

Thank you! H&R as always

has anyone won anything like this kind of competition before?

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Cheers and good luck

thank you

Cheers

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