People who recycle a mobile phone in the coming months now have the option of replacing it with the BlackBerry Torch 9800 on a contract with Three.
The network has announced it is to stock the device, which features a touchscreen and full qwerty keyboard.
It also includes the BlackBerry 6.0 technology, allowing faster and smoother connection to the internet.
Sylvia Chind, head of branded devices at Three, said: “When paired with Three’s high speed network, the BlackBerry Torch really comes into its own, allowing users to access their favourite web pages and social networking sites with ease.”
The network is making the phone available on a £35 per month deal that gives owners 5,000 call minutes to other Three users, 2,000 any-network minutes plus text message and data allowances.
Three was recently named as the best provider of mobile broadband by respondents to a YouGov poll, with the network coming out on top in ten of the 12 categories voted on.
Posted by Paul Whalley
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