A BlackBerry plan without email just seems wrong. Yet that’s the latest promotion from Verizon Wireless and RIM. Today they announced a $10 monthly BlackBerry data plan that focuses on social networks. It comes with the Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace (??) apps pre-loaded and ready to access. It also provides access to RIM’s suite of instant message apps. That includes BBM, which is certainly one of the plan’s highlights. Email is completely out of the picture, but subscribers can download apps and browse the internet via WiFi. Verizon offers the new BlackBerry Social Messaging Data Package with the Curve 9330. That goes along with the discount price, since the Curve costs just $50. You’ll have to sign a two-year contract that includes a voice plan of at least $40 per month, and then a text messaging plan on top of that. Essentially, that makes it $20 cheaper per month, or $480 over the life of the contract. You can check it out at Verizon’s website.