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BlackBerry Curve 9310 Prepaid Phone (Boost Mobile)

BlackBerry Curve 9310 Prepaid Phone (Boost Mobile)
BlackBerry Curve 9310 Prepaid Phone (Boost Mobile)


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BlackBerry Curve 9310 Prepaid Phone (Boost Mobile)


BlackBerry Curve 9310 Prepaid Phone (Boost Mobile)

The BlackBerry Curve 9310 smartphone gives you the full power of BlackBerry in the familiar Blackberry form factor. Experience messaging made easy with a full QWERTY keyboard and real-time chats to friends anywhere in the world with BBM. You’ll love all the great features like the 3.2MP camera, touch-sensitive optical trackpad, GPS, Wi-Fi and apps.

The BlackBerry 7.1 OS has new features and pre-installed apps. It makes the whole experience fun and easy with fast, rich web browsing, engaging multimedia, social feeds. It also includes voice-activated universal search with Bing Auto Suggest so you can find what you are looking for hands free.

Key Features
OS Version: BB7.1
Display 2.44″ Transmissive TFT (non-touch)
Display Resolution: QVGA 320×240
CDMA EVDO Rev0 (3G)
3.2MP Camera + Video Support (video requires mSD)
Processor Clockspeed: 800 Mhz
WiFi b/g/n Capable
Full QWERTY Keypad with Optical Navigation
BlackBerry Messenger
Bluetooth: Version 2.1
HAC: T4/M4 Headset: 3.5mm

BlackBerry Curve 9310
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BlackBerry Curve 9310
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The BlackBerry Curve 9310 smartphone gives you the full power of BlackBerry in the familiar Blackberry form factor. Experience messaging made easy with a full QWERTY keyboard and real-time chats to friends anywhere in the world with BBM. You’ll love all the great features like the 3.2MP camera, touch-sensitive optical trackpad, GPS, Wi-Fi and apps.

The BlackBerry 7.1 OS has new features and pre-installed apps. It makes the whole experience fun and easy with fast, rich web browsing, engaging multimedia, social feeds. It also includes voice-activated universal search with Bing Auto Suggest so you can find what you are looking for hands free.

Key Features

  • OS Version: BB7.1
  • Display 2.44″ Transmissive TFT (non-touch)
  • Display Resolution: QVGA 320×240
  • CDMA EVDO Rev0 (3G)
  • 3.2MP Camera + Video Support (video requires mSD)
  • Processor Clockspeed: 800 Mhz
  • WiFi b/g/n Capable
  • Full QWERTY Keypad with Optical Navigation
  • BlackBerry Messenger
  • Bluetooth: Version 2.1
  • HAC: T4/M4
  • Headset: 3.5mm

Vital Statistics

The BlackBerry Curve 9310 weighs 3.5 ounces and measures 4.29 x 2.36 x .5 inches. Its 1450 mAh Li-ion battery allows for talk time up to 6 hours.

What’s in the Box

BlackBerry Curve 9310 handset, standard battery, 2 piece charger (USB data cable), and getting started guide.




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Question by x_xfallenangelx_x: Have you heard about this National DO NOT CALL list for cell phones?
I got this E-mail is there any truth behind it???

released to telemarketing companies and you will start to receive sale
calls. YOU WILL BE CHARGED FOR THESE CALLS.... To prevent this, call the
following number from your cell phone:

888-382-1222. It is the National DO NOT CALL list. It will only
take a minute of your time.

It blocks your number for five (5) years.

HELP OTHERS BY PASSING THIS ON TO ALL YOUR FRIENDS OR GO TO:

OR YOU CAN REGIST ER 3 NUMBERS AT A TIME ONLINE AT www.donotcall.gov>

Best answer:

Answer by vicksta1984
I’ve heard it too.. is it for real?

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What customers say about BlackBerry Curve 9310 Prepaid Phone (Boost Mobile)?

  1. 38 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A super solid smartphone., September 3, 2012
    By 
    Leland G. Robinson (West Columbia, SC USA) –
    This review is from: BlackBerry Curve 9310 Prepaid Phone (Boost Mobile) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I bought this after deciding I wanted a smartphone again… I mean… I like my Brand New Sidekick LX 2009 SHARP PV300 GSM Unlocked – T-Mobile Retail Box (Carbon Black). This phone does not have internet capabilities., but I feel I need more from my phone… Not much more, just a little more.
    I needed a phone that was reliable, had a battery that didn’t drain in 12 hours even just sitting in my pocket, was physically small(literally, who wants a brick in their pocket?) and had a nice physical keyboard.

    This is a great phone for those who just need a smartphone that excels in messaging and social media, especially Twitter. Yeah, it’s not the biggest screen(2.44 inches) or the fastest processor(806MHz), but you’re not going to find a smartphone nicer than this at this price.

    The music player is great. You can use the volume and mute keys to pause and skip tracks. No more having to whip your phone
    out.
    *9/9/12- There is a glitch where the bass drops out when you unplug and replug your headphones. Pausing before unplugging prevents this issue. It doesn’t affect the speakerphone.

    The camera is fast as hell… press the right convenience key and you can have a photo in 4 seconds.

    The battery will easily last you a day. It’s 1450 mAh, so you don’t have to worry about it running out at a critical moment. Mine easily lasts two days.

    If you do buy this phone, there is only one app I recommend you download, and that’s Advance OS and LED. It’s free(as of now), and allows you to customize lots of aspects about your new Berry, such as the LED notification for each app, or even each person who calls, multicolored LEDs, flashlight, screenshots, device reset, quick launch, and changing wallpapers(I have mine set up so that every time the screen goes off, the wallpaper changes.). I will forewarn you about battery drainage issues. If you have a long, multicolored LED, and lots of them going off at the same time, expect a sharp drop in battery life.

    Overall this is a great device. I haven’t activated mine yet, but I will come back and update with call quality, texting, and BBM when I do. If you’re looking for LOTS of apps(Appworld has some, but it’s not as big as the Play Store or iTunes), go pick up an Android or an iPhone device. I’ve already been down that road. I don’t miss it.

    9/9/12- I must add: a lot of apps that use data service will only work over BIS, meaning they work AFTER you activate the phone.
    So far, I have tried:

    *Google Talk
    *WindowsLive Messenger
    *Yahoo! Messenger
    *WhatsApp
    *Google Maps
    *Google Voice(can’t make calls)

    Twitter works fine over Wi-Fi. So does Hookt. While Facebook is preinstalled on the phone, I deleted it(I don’t have a Facebook, hence, no need for the app) and can’t attest to it working over Wi-Fi.
    IDK if the mentioned apps will work with Wi-Fi AFTER activation, but, I’ll keep you posted.

    9/29/12 I activated my phone today. I ported from GoPhone after a quick call to Customer Service(You’ll need the account number of the number you want to port.) Call quality is fine, speakerphone is great. Texts and emails are speedy to send and receive. Web could be a bit faster, but nothing to make you want to cry.

    10/4/12 I’m not sure if it’s fault of the network or the phone, but every once in a while, I’ll lose all signal and I have to wait to re-register on 1X, then 3G and BIS.

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  2. 28 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Blackberry yet!, August 17, 2012
    By 
    This review is from: BlackBerry Curve 9310 Prepaid Phone (Boost Mobile) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I just purchased this Blackberry 9310 two days ago and let me tell u this! By far its the best blackberry I purchased. The service is fast as heck! And the battery life is second to none. The youtube videos are clear as heck! The email is messages going out and coming in are fast. I love this phone! The os7 is smooth. I had androids and an iphone 4! The os blackberry has is smooth. Oh, and the keypad is great! And I have big hands. This phone is well worth the money.

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  3. 33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great phone, July 23, 2012
    By 
    Erica
    This review is from: BlackBerry Curve 9310 Prepaid Phone (Boost Mobile) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I am a business oriented individual who has gone through both an iPhone for one year and a droid razor for about 4 months. I am so not into applications and anything else that will drain my battery! I love this phone!!!

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  4. Yes.

  5. BS! do not call!

  6. Actually, all 4 of my lines are on the list. I occasionally have to report someone to the Do Not Call website.

  7. Its true..It is supposed to work..But i still gets calls from satellite companies and police/fire departments asking me to donate money.

  8. It is real and it is valid. I registered with them. They government set up a similar Do Not Call list for home phone numbers some time ago.

  9. It is for real and yes I have heard of it.

  10. It’s totally false. There is a great website called “www.snopes.com
    The staff at “Snopes” researches the stupid urban legends, myths and junk mail that we receive daily. They researched this bogus story and it is being reported as false. We cannot believe everything we read.

  11. Yeah this is real… the website that is. As for the phone number I am not sure. I have personally listed all my phone numbers and plus my boss asked me to put all our business phones onto the list also. It really works. I do not get solicitors anymore. Although just so you know that companies can still call you, but it has to be a survey and not them trying to sell you something. Do it while you can, but remember it is a FREE service. Careful, do not count out the fact that people out there may try to scam you using this service. Enjoy.

  12. it’s just another chain mail.
    and further more that “www.donotcall.gov” is also scam site.
    http://usgovinfo.about.com/cs/consumer/a/dncisfree.htm?terms=www.donotcall.gov

    Description: Email rumor
    Circulating since: September 2004
    Status: Mostly false

    Summary: Forwarded email (example below) warns that a directory of cell phone numbers will soon be published and urges users to enter their cell phone numbers on a federal ‘Do Not Call’ registry to prevent unsolicited calls from telemarketers.

    Comments: While it’s true that the major wireless phone providers (Verizon excepted) have announced their intention to establish a 411 directory of customers’ cell phone numbers in the near future, it is not true that they plan to “publish” said directory for any and all to read. Participating companies say the numbers will be made available only with customer consent, and only via telephone to users who dial directory assistance and pay a fee.

    The companies also insist the numbers will never be accessible to telemarketers. In fact, per FCC regulations, telemarketers are already prohibited from calling cell phone numbers using automated dialers, which are standard in the industry.

    Not everyone is convinced that consumers’ privacy will be adequately shielded, however, as evidenced by a privacy protection bill already introduced in Congress which would modify the plan to allow 411 callers to be directly connected to requested parties without the latter’s phone numbers being given out. Lawmakers have yet to act on the legislation.

    Cell phone numbers can easily be added to the Do Not Call Registry

    In any case, the Federal Trade Commission does allow cell phone users to add their numbers to the National Do Not Call Registry — the same one already in force for landlines — either on the Web or by calling 1-888-382-1222.

    Contrary to what most variants of the email rumor claim, there is no 31-day, 16-day, or 8-day deadline for adding cell phone numbers to the Do Not Call list — indeed, there is no deadline whatsoever.

  13. To get authentic information about this e-mail, may I suggest that you forward the e-mail to binary@snopes.com with a cc to staff@snopes.com ?

    Snopes is the best web site for you to check out all online rumors with. They’ll research the e-mail that you’ve sent and give a reply which will be posted there with due credit given to you for your contribution.

    Cheers

  14. Thanks for the info.I don’t see how they can charge you for the call without your permission though.It would be like I go to the store and buy stuff and tell them to put it on your account,wouldn’t it.That would or should be against the law.Have to check up on that.I see a lawsuit in this if they do that.Otherwise I should just give a blank check to my cell phone company and tell them how much is in my checking account and say help yourself.I see a scam in this!The cellphone company wins period.It should be our choice if we want the number given out or not.Otherwise it should be in the public registries.Thanks again for the info.Man am I pissed and gonna call up my cell company tomorrow and let them have it if this is true!Then it is in the hands of lawyers!





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