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Thursday, 20 September 2007 07:11

AT&T will sell new Blackberry 8820

Written by David Stellmack
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Wi-Fi and cell all-in-one

AT&T, Inc. announced that the Blackberry Model 8820, the first BlackBerry with connectivity for both Wi-Fi and cellular networks, will be available for sale starting on September 20th. 

The 8820 will reportedly allow users to move from Wi-Fi hot spots into WAN wireless connections using AT&T’s EDGE network. The Blackberry 8820 will be available starting today for the surprisingly low price of US$300, after rebate. 

Monthly service plans in the U.S. start at $30 per month for a voice contract, and $45 per month for unlimited corporate e-mail access via RIM’s BlackBerry Enterprise Server. The BlackBerry 8820 has a full QWERTY keyboard, a trackball navigation system and a 320 x 240 display.

The AT&T version supports AT&T Mobile Music and Wi-Fi over 802.11a/b/g.

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