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Just a week after Verizon announced the addition of the RIM BlackBerry 8703e to its lineup, today Sprint and Research in Motion introduced their own version of the 8703e. In addition to push e-mail, Bluetooth, and phone-as-modem capability, the Sprint-flavored BlackBerry 8703e also includes EV-DO support and integrated GPS for location-based services, so you can get turn-by-turn driving directions right on your device. The 8703e will be available starting October 1 for $349.99 with a two-year service contract.
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