1. xXBuddyXx's Avatar
    I am looking for my first blackberry to use and was looking on the internet about the curve 8530 but can only find it in the US, There is plenty of 8520's out there but no 8530, as it is my first i wanted a cheaper Blackberry with 3G to try, Can anyone help?
    02-04-13 09:07 AM
  2. lunaticwithin's Avatar
    the 8530 is the CDMA version of the 8520 - is your network a GSM (uses a SIM card) or a CDMA network (no SIM card)?
    02-04-13 10:02 AM
  3. xXBuddyXx's Avatar
    Uses a sim card so GSM, So im guessing i cant get it?
    If not, what would be a good blackberry to start with? Needs to have 3G (For better coverage) and track pad, not trackball
    Last edited by xXBuddyXx; 02-04-13 at 10:44 AM.
    02-04-13 10:30 AM
  4. lunaticwithin's Avatar
    As I said, the 8530 is just the CDMA version of the 8520 - I believe that is the only difference between the two models.
    02-04-13 10:42 AM
  5. hamzasalam's Avatar
    The recent released Curve 9320 is available at Telstra on prepaid of $149 which is a very good price. It's a good blackberry to start with, it's basically a cut down version of the more expensive bold 9900 but a very good all round phone.
    kevinnugent likes this.
    02-07-13 04:54 AM
  6. hamzasalam's Avatar
    Telstra announced the Curve 9320 is available for $99 now, an online only exclusive.

    02-18-13 07:38 PM

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