1. cvessey's Avatar
    When the new Niagara comes out, should the price of the Curve go down?
    04-30-09 09:13 AM
  2. TvTechGuru's Avatar
    That's usually the trend. It has already come down substantially since the Bold and Storm came out. Most carriers have it for $99. Doesn't get much better than that.

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    04-30-09 09:23 AM
  3. Xopher's Avatar
    I doubt it.

    The 9630 is the 8830WE replacement. It is not the Curve replacement. If anything, the price on the 8830 should go down.

    When the Jupiter (8930) makes its way to market, then that should affect the Curve's price. The 89xx series is pretty much the updated Curve.
    04-30-09 09:48 AM
  4. julianchoa2005's Avatar
    well the price of the curve 8900 is already going down!, stated in another thread walmart.com in my area there giving the 8900 for free plus a $100 rebate so you make $100!! but the promo ends today
    04-30-09 09:57 AM
  5. hearmeoutx's Avatar
    The price of the curve has already gone down A LOT. I expect the price of the 8830 to go down as well, but we will just have to wait and see. This is not the replacement device for the curve, but the world phone.
    04-30-09 10:16 AM
  6. KJowers's Avatar
    Walmart has the curve for $8.88 with a new 2yr contract or upgrade

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    04-30-09 10:54 AM
  7. Username00089's Avatar
    I wonder if the Curve will still even be in production before the end of the year. I think it will be, but I don't see it still in production a year from now. The first Curve 8300 was released in the U.S. the first week of June 2007 by AT&T. I remember because I bought it the first day it came out. So basically if the Curve is still in production a year from now, that would make it three years.
    04-30-09 12:41 PM
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