BlackBerry Offering Discount up to Rs 10,000 on BlackBerry 10 smartphones - RNews1 Network

BlackBerry Offering Discount up to Rs 10,000 on BlackBerry 10 smartphones

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Canadian telecommunication and wireless equipment company BlackBerry, which is well known to the general public as the developer of the BlackBerry brand of smartphones and tablets, on Wednesday announced a limited period loyalty programme in partnership e-commerce website Infibeam.

As part of its loyalty program in the country, BlackBerry is promising a discount of up to INR 10,000 to customers who purchase select BlackBerry 10 smartphones exclusively from Infibeam.com. The offer is valid till May 30, 2015 on flagship devices such as BlackBerry Z30, BlackBerry Z3, as well as the newly launched BlackBerry Classic Smartphones.

Customers as a part of the programme would receive 1GB of free data per month for two months on buying the BlackBerry Z3, and 2GB data free per month for two months on purchase of the BlackBerry Z30, BlackBerry Classic or BlackBerry Passport.

The Canadian tech firm says that while existing BlackBerry users would receive assured JPmiles by Jet Privilege, non-BlackBerry users can also avail discounted prices on BB10 devices, and have a chance to win 50,000 JPmiles.

Amar Thomas, Marketing Head BlackBerry India said during the announcement of the plan, "We are excited to announce the BlackBerry loyalty program for customers in India. The uptake of our BlackBerry 10 smartphones among Indian customers has been encouraging and we believe that through this unique program, customers will be able to take advantage of the powerful BlackBerry 10 platform that comes with amazing refinements post our latest software release,"

BlackBerry also well known worldwide as a provider of secure & high reliability software for industrial applications and Mobile Device Management (MDM). BlackBerry's software and hardware products are used worldwide by various government's agencies and by car makers and industrial plants throughout the world, much of this activity being unseen by the public.




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