I don’t know how I missed this, but last week Rogers announced prepaid BlackBerry plans. They run $40 to $55 per month and include BIS services, unlimited messaging, and certain unlimited voice minutes (though there are times you will have to pay for voice minutes). The problem was that Rogers had no prepaid BlackBerry. This week they remedied that by making the Curve 8520 available for $349.99. That is, unsurprisingly, the same as the no-term price. The 8520 is a logical choice for prepaid, because Rogers recently got the Curve 9300, which runs on 3G. You can get the 8520 and a prepaid BlackBerry plan at the Rogers Wireless website.
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