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Adds BlackBerry Pearl and Nokia E61 to list

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T-Mobile has expanded its range of email devices with the addition of the Nokia E61 and BlackBerry Pearl.

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T-Mobile will supply the E61 with web'n'walk internet on the move, with Co Pilot Live 6 satellite navigation software as an option. The E61 will be on sale in T-Mobile stores from free up to £159.99, depending on price plan.

See Reg Hardware's review of the Nokia E61 here

O2 is reportedly to be the first network to supply the Pearl in the UK. Well, it'd better get its skates on, as the device will be available in T-Mobile stores and online from early October 2006, with a recommended retail price from free up to £119.99, depending on price plan.

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The Pearl will also offer web'n'walk. ®

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