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Compatable to RIM Blackberrry 8800?

by Cristi-M / March 7, 2011 3:44 PM PST

I am now living in New Zealand and lost my Rim Blackberry 8800. I want to replace it with the most similar phone I can find that is sold here (I cant find the same phone here). Can anyone recommend which Blackberry offers the most similar features as the 8800 and IS sold in New Zealand? Bonus if you know where to purchase! Thank YOU.

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