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Midsummer BlackBerry picking time and O2 has its finger in the pie, with a range of RIM's smartphones on Pay & Go in the offing.

BlackBerry Pearl 3G, available in black or purple exclusively for O2 at £250
BlackBerry Curve 8520, also comes in black or purple at £150
BlackBerry Pearl 3GBlackBerry Curve 8900 at £280
BlackBerry Bold 9700 at £350
BlackBerry Storm 2 at £400.

Apparently, all are available to purchase from O2 online, however, only three were on show at time of writing. O2 suggests that those in search of an absent handset should head to a local store.

Buyers end up on O2's Pay & Go tariffs for BlackBerry with a top up minimum of £15 in one month for inclusive BlackBerry Messenger and 500MB of data. Users get 500 text messages, rising to unlimited texts when £30 or more is spent.

O2 has also improved Pay Monthly tariffs for BlackBerry, offering 500 minutes, unlimited texts, Wi-Fi and 500MB data on 24 month contracts at £25pm. Those who pay more than £35pm get 1000 minutes and 750MB data. ®

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