8GB and 16GB MicroSD Cards 20% Off at EveryThing4BlackBerry!

Whether you’re looking to pick up a gift for the BlackBerry lover in your life, or want to treat yourself this holiday season, EveryThing4BlackBerry has you covered. BlackBerrys aren’t just phones or messaging devices anymore, they’re also perfect for listening to your music on the go, watching videos, and more, which can require large amounts of available storage. To make sure there’s room for all of that media and more, head over to EveryThing4BlackBerry to pick up a new microSD card in either 8GB or 16GB varieties.

The 8GB model is currently on sale for just $20.99, while the 16GB version is also on sale for $34.99. But there’s more! You can get an extra 20% off by using the coupon code Sdcard

Click here for the 8GB microSD card for just $16.80

Click here for the 16GB microSD card for just $27.99

And remember to check out EveryThing4BlackBerry for all of your other BlackBerry accessory, parts, and repair tool needs!

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5 Comments

  1. fernando says:

    so how long does the promotion last because i tried to purchase the 16gb sd card and the promo code is not valid

  2. Lisa says:

    I was told that any sd card bigger than 8 gig would freeze a blackberry. Is that not true.
    I have a blackberry curve. And would love a 16 gig card.

    • Andrew says:

      Hey,

      Which model of Curve is it? The size of microSD card that is supported varies from model to model, with most recent models supporting up to 32GB. An older Curve 8300 however, supports a maximum of 4GB. Let me know which model it is and I’ll be happy to find the max supported size!

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