Looks like the long wait for the BlackBerry 8530 from Sprint is now over, where it comes with a keyboard that makes it a snap to send out that flurry of text messages and email in a jiffy. Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity complement each other, enabling you to go online regardless of where you are, just make sure you’re on an unlimited data plan lest you rack up a phone bill that could send you to the hospital with a cardiac arrest. Interestingly enough, Sprint’s BlackBerry 8530 is going for just $49.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate, making this an extremely desirable handset considering the money you pay. Any takers for the BlackBerry 8530 from Sprint?
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