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BlackBerry Curve 9220 free at Globe My Super Plan 299

Get your very own BlackBerry Curve 9220 for free, now for only P299 a month under Globe My Super Plan 299 plus a P99 BlackBerry Chat subscription, the most affordable offer for the BlackBerry device available in the market today.

For only P398 a month, get P299 worth of monthly consumable for calls and texts, one (1) call and text freebie that is changeable monthly, and unlimited access to BlackBerry Messenger (BBM).

My Super Plan 299 is an all-consumable postpaid plan that allows postpaid subscribers to make 46 minutes of Globe/TM calls, or 40 minutes of calls to other networks, or 16 minutes of international calls, or 299 text messages. Subscribers can boost their plans with unlimited services valid for 30 days for as low as P349 monthly.

The BlackBerry Curve 9220 features a new, dedicated BBM™ key, making it incredibly easy to share experiences on BBM. The Facebook® for BlackBerry and Twitter® for BlackBerry apps are included, as well as Social Feeds 2.0, which allows users to post updates to multiple social applications simultaneously and capture updates from news sources (RSS), social apps and instant messaging apps all in one consolidated view.

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