T-Mobile Complete:$300, no contract BlackBerry Curve 8520 + Free Month Service

By: t-marco November 19th, 2009


T-Mobile has launched the new T-Mobile Complete, this new package contains  phones starting at  $59.99 without a commitment. For example the Blackberry Curve 8520 its about 299.99 and the Pearl for 149.99. Besides that, T-Mobile will give you the first month free.  But where? only in selected Best Buy and Walmart Stores.


T-Mobile announces the availability of T-Mobile Complete, a pre-packaged no-annual contract solution that offers the value of a monthly plan and the first pay-in-advance BlackBerry smartphone from a national U.S. carrier. With T-Mobile Complete, customers can choose from four handsets starting at $59.99, which includes first month free. Customers can also choose from a range of unlimited plans starting at $50 per month. T-Mobile Complete is currently available nationwide at Best Buy and at select Walmart locations.

T-Mobile Complete kits are the easiest way to give phones this holiday season. Just buy the kit, wrap it, give it as a gift, and the recipient can activate service from anywhere, anytime – and they get the first month free! One of the four devices available through T-Mobile Complete is the BlackBerry Curve 8520 smartphone, the first pay-in-advance BlackBerry smartphone available from a national carrier. Smartphones will be a hot gift option this holiday season – in fact, T-Mobile expects smartphones to account for 40 percent of its sales in the fourth quarter of 2009.

T-Mobile Complete is just one great holiday gift option from T-Mobile. With a wide array of devices this holiday season – including the broadest lineup of Android smartphones of any carrier in the U.S. – there’s something for every type of customer.

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One Response to “T-Mobile Complete:$300, no contract BlackBerry Curve 8520 + Free Month Service”

  1. instagram web viewer on November 25th, 2017 1:33 am

    I still like the design of Black Berry though today, Samsung and Apple rule the market.

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