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BlackBerry Curve 9320 appears online

BlackBerry Curve 9320 appears online

27 April 2012

Entry-level BlackBerry likely to launch soon

When RIM announced its latest set of disappointing sales results, the company promised to go back to basics, which is perhaps where the BlackBerry Curve 9320 comes in.

This is BlackBerry all over and an entry-level device, which is an area where the the company is still popular thanks to the continuing use of BBM. It has the look you would expect of a Curve, as well as the built-in QWERTY keyboard. The press shots leaked also show the device running BlackBerry OS 7.1.

As for the specification, that's still a little unclear, although previous leaks have pointed to a 320x240-pixel 2.44-inch screen, 512MB of RAM, Wi-Fi, HSPA, and a 3.2-megapixel camera. At first, it was thought that the Curve 9320 would be for emerging markets only, but a listing on the T-Mobile site in the UK (without any detail at the time) indicated that the smartphone would be hitting the shelves of UK networks too.

As for a launch date, BlackBerry World takes place next week, where new hardware is expected to launch. The BlackBerry Curve 9320 should be amongst it.

Source: The Verge

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What is a PAC code?

A porting authorisation code, or PAC code, allows you to transfer your existing mobile phone number from to another mobile phone provider so that if you change mobile phone networks you do not have to give everyone a new number... You can keep your existing mobile phone number. The process is termed mobile number portability, or number porting. It's quick, FREE and very easy to do - follow the instructions here for full details on how to port your mobile phone number to a new network provider.

NOTE: You can purchase your new phone contract and then obtain your PAC code. It is not essential to have your PAC code prior to purchasing your new phone. However, you will need your PAC code if you want to keep your existing phone number (i.e. transfer your current number to your new provider). Use our handy tool above to obtain your PAC code.

PAC codes are FREE.

To keep your mobile phone number when switching to another mobile phone network, use our handy tool to obtain your PAC code. Just select your current and new phone provider click OK and you'll receive full instructions for obtaining your PAC code.