Suffering none of the problems that have hampered Apple’s iPhone 4, the BlackBerry Torch 9800 has now been released in white on a fourth network.
Following its launch on O2, Orange and Vodafone, the new white BlackBerry phone is now available free on some T-Mobile deals.
The free white Blackberry Torch deals on T-Mobile start from £25.53 line rental per month, which includes a generous monthly package of 1GB internet data, 500 text messages and 600 call minutes.
Going another step better than Apple’s monochrome design options, mobile operator Three is also now stocking the BlackBerry Torch 9800 in red.
BlackBerry’s latest white and red Torch models tout the same features as the original black version which offers apps, music and the ability to keep up with friends through social networks, email and BlackBerry Messenger. The Torch also features a TFT capacitive touchscreen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a 16-million colours display at a pixel resolution of 360 x 480.
Also boosting Vodafone’s range of stylish mobiles beyond the smartphone is an exclusive Miss Sixty designed version of the Vodafone 543 handset. Available for £20 to pay as you go customers, the touchscreen device features an MP3 player, a built-in radio, an eye-catching cover and comes with an exclusive phone charm and white leather case.
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