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    My wife and I got curves 8330 from verizon for our 1st blackberrys, it's been 2 months and it's safe to say neither of us will ever be without a blackberry again.



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    I still own and use my original 8320. Never been replaced.

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    I think these numbers are a bit skewed IMO. What I mean is they lumped in like 7 Curve models instead of breaking them out by model number. That being said if they included both models of the iPhone into one they would have first place, by a lot. Funny how numbers can be deceiving, even though I do think the Curve is a great device.



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    Not so surprised It should have gone top selling...
    since the 8xxx is the average...
    Hated iPhone so much too arrogant

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    I can definitely believe that 4 out of the top 10 selling devices are Blackberrys and it makes a boat load of sense that the top one is the Curve. Think about how many people you see with them and there is practically a specific model for each carrier. I wonder if the 8520 would be grouped into this category as well. I am sure that will help the Curve a little too. And isn't it interesting the Storm is up there. I mean how often do you hear about people trashing the device saying how they can't stand it, or it sucks, or this or that. Obviously it isn't that bad.



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    and P.S. you never ever heard me back talking the Storm... thats my device and I am stickin to it!!!! well that is until I get another Blackberry. But that being said I think it is a decent device and am satisfied with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ealvnv View Post
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    Wow, also noticed that 5 of the top ten are tmobile devices...
    That is pretty strange since they are the #4 carrier in the US.. Considering switching to T-Mobile myself so maybe this is a sign that they are growing

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    If they grouped together 6 different Curve versions why didn't they combine the iphone 3g and 3gs together.

    Maybe RIM did they survey and is trying to talk up the Curve series.

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