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Friday, 29 October 2010 09:11

AT&T to offer Torch in red & white

Written by David Stellmack
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New color options for the holidays
Sources are confirming to us that as expected AT&T will be offering the new BlackBerry Torch in both red and white for the holiday season. They should arrive in stores on November 7th. The price will be $199.99 for the red and white versions of the Torch 9800 with a two-year contract. AT&T will continue to offer the black colored model, as well.

AT&T is said to be hopeful that the new colors might help boost sales on the Torch, which have been better without all of the promotion that RIM is throwing behind the device.

From the whispers that we have heard, AT&T isn’t exactly disappointed with the sales of the 9800, but it expected a lot more from the Torch.

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