Investigation in Movement is trying to enhance the deal on its BlackBerry Curve 9220 and Curve 9320 smart mobile phones by providing free of charge BlackBerry Messenger Services (BBM) for year. The Canadian handset manufacturer has linked up with two telecommunications providers – Airtel and Vodafone – for this exclusive offer.
To acquire this offer, clients need to buy a new Airtel or Vodafone connection between Nov 9 and Dec 9, 2012 and opt for this plan. For Vodafone customers the assistance will start within 48 hours of placing the SIM in the smart phone. Airtel clients will have to deliver SMS to 543210 with the message ‘BBM’ to activate their totally free service.
Generally these BlackBerry Messenger plans cost Rs. 129 per month and let BlackBerry clients discuss endless messages, images, music and file (<6MB) for free of charge with other BlackBerry Messenger users.
Apart from this, RIM is also providing free of cost applications for worth Rs. 2000 for its news and current clients.
The season 2012 has been quite eventful for the BlackBerry manufacturer. On one hand, it has been having difficulties to keep pace with the competitors Android managing system and iOS, while however it is looking forward to releasing smart mobile phones running on its new OS – BlackBerry OS 10. According to the company its new BlackBerry 10 smart mobile phones are now being examined by the telecommunications providers around the planet. The owner examining usually takes 60-90 days, so it is on monitor to release these new smart mobile phones in the first quarter of 2013.…