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Curve phones are the best-selling BlackBerrys. And one look at the Curve 9360 is enough to tell you why. With oodles of entertainment options, the brilliant messaging capabilities you've come to expect from a BlackBerry and tons of apps to choose from, it's got it all covered. And then some.
Want a phone that does messaging like no other? You're in business. Choose the Curve 9360 and you'll get free, unfettered access to the amazing BlackBerry Messenger service, as well as a handy QWERTY keyboard that makes it a breeze to tap out lengthy emails and texts.
But that's not all. Because the BlackBerry Curve 9360 is powered by the brand new BlackBerry 7 operating system, you'll be able to browse the web up to 40 per cent faster than you could with earlier Curve models, enjoy super smooth graphics and even pay for items simply by swiping your handset over a reader.
Plus, it's got apps down pat too. Head to BlackBerry App World and you can take your pick from thousands of games, business tools, themes and more. Better still, many are completely free to download.
Other features of the Curve 9360 include a five megapixel camera, a choice of thousands of apps from the BlackBerry App World, easy access to revamped Facebook and Twitter applications for easy social networking on the move, a 2.5-inch touchscreen, an optical trackpad to help you navigate menus quickly and easily and expandable memory of up to 32GB.