It’s not like you didn’t know this day was coming, but Sprint users eagerly awaiting the actual release of Motorola’s Q9c / i335 or the BlackBerry Pearl 8130 can quit sitting on their hands. That right folks, as of now, all three of the aforementioned handsets are available on Sprint, and while we’re sure you’re up to speed on all the specs, here’s the down low on prices. After a two-year agreement and mail-in rebate, the i335 will run you $49.99, while the Q9c demands $149.99 and the Pearl 8130 rings up at $199.99. Take your pick — the trio is on sale now online and in Sprint stores everywhere.Engadget
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We couldn’t say we’re surprised in the least, but the Motorola Q9h has finally made its way to the network of AT&T. We’ve already checked it out before everyone else, threw it on a totally different network, revealed some internal docs, and played with it quite a bit, yet that doesn’t mean we’re not hype about it! The Motorola Q9h is available for $299.99 with a 2-year agreement after $50 mail-in-rebate, and $549.99 with full retail pricing. AT&T’s product page lists BlackBerry Connect as coming in 2008, so we’re just going to have to hex edit some .cab files in the meantime! Q9h is available starting…now.
Maybe they’ll realize the Razor isn’t next gen and cutting edge anymore… Last year Moto’s wireless division made $846 million in profits, and this year they dipped losing $138 million dollars, almost a BILLION dollar shift. Ouch