BlackBerry Messenger, a 3.2-megapixel camera, a physical keyboard and the advanced email smarts for which BlackBerry phones are well-known combine in the eminently excellent and eminently affordable BlackBerry Curve 9320.
The free to use instant messaging app, BlackBerry Messenger, is one the best things about BlackBerry handsets, allowing you to keep in touch with all your nearest and dearest without breaking the bank. And not only is it present in the Curve 9320, it's even got a dedicated button, so the best in class service is only ever a single button press away.
To make messaging, composing texts and emailing even faster and more accurate, there's also a robust QWERTY keyboard. It's also handy for posting updates with the preinstalled Facebook and Twitter apps. And there's a unified social app too that aggregates RSS feeds, social network streams and instant messages in a single location, so you can always stay in the loop.
And you'll benefit from the amazing email security for which BlackBerry smartphones are famed, as well as a new Parental Controls feature to help protect younger users by restricting access to certain functions, such as web browsing.
Completing the Curve 9320 feature set is a 3.2-megapixel camera with flash and video recording, a 2.44-inch non-touch display, an MP3 player, FM radio and a long-life battery offering up to seven hours of call time.
To allow users to boost the 512Mb of on board storage, there is a microSD card slot to add up to 32GB of extra capacity.