Digicel has launched the second in the new BlackBerry line of devices, with the introduction of the BlackBerry Q10 smartphone.
Featuring the new re-designed, re-engineered and re-invented BlackBerry 10 platform, the BlackBerry Q10, like the recently launched Z10 device, offers the most advanced BlackBerry smartphone experience yet, continuously adapting to a customer’s needs.
To launch the device, Digicel is offering three months free subscription to customers who activate a new Digi-Talk, Text and Surf 250 minute post-paid plan with the purchase of a BlackBerry Q10, while those making a pre-paid BlackBerry Q10 purchase and activating a Digi-Talk, Text and Surf 100 minute pre-paid plan will get one month’s free subscription.
Commercial Director of Digicel (Barbados) Limited, Alex Tasker, said the telecommunications company was looking forward to the response of the market to the launch of the new device.
“There was an overwhelming response when we launched the full touchscreen Z10 and we expect a similar response for the launch of the Q10, the QWERTY keyboard version,” Tasker said. “We have many customers who have been waiting for this device, particularly those who have always been fans of the Bold 1 (BB9000) and the Bold 4 (BB9900).”
Tasker encouraged customers to visit any one of the stores to learn more about the device.
“All of our customers are invited to go into our stores where they can take a look at the device, learn about its new features as well as those related to the BlackBerry 10 operating system, its seamless multitasking, easy access to multiple social networks, and the peace of mind that BlackBerry security gives them.”
The BlackBerry Q10 smartphone delivers a powerful new platform for BlackBerry customers. Combined with Digicel’s 4G mobile networks and data plans, BlackBerry Q10 customers will be delighted with a re-invented communication experience.
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