Customers of the network Three may find the temptation to trade in mobiles and switch to the BlackBerry Curve 9360 grows over the coming days, after the company confirmed it is to stock the model.

The phone has a number of features that are sure to interest and excite consumers, including a full qwerty keyboard and web browsing facilities.

It will run on the new BlackBerry 7.0 operating system, meaning a fast, simple and smooth user experience is assured.

"This exciting new BlackBerry smartphone offers a faster browsing experience, as well as access to familiar favourite features we know our customers love, such as BlackBerry Messenger," said Sylvia Chind, head of handsets at Three.

She noted that another advantage of signing up for the device is the access to Three's award-winning 3G network it offers.

Research in Motion, which manufactures all BlackBerry mobiles, this week confirmed it is to release a trio of new models.

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