LIME has launched the new BlackBerry Q10 smartphone powered by BlackBerry 10 in Barbados.
The BlackBerry Q10, which sports both a keyboard and touchscreen, has been highly anticipated by longtime BlackBerry fans and follows on the heels of LIME’s successful launch of the BlackBerry Z10 in mid-April.
Corporate communications manager, Carolyn Williams-Gayle, said: “As the carrier of choice for many BlackBerry customers, we are pleased to offer the much-anticipated BlackBerry Q10 smartphone for people who desire a physical
keyboard. “We will continue to offer customers the best value for
voice and data packages to support this latest entrant to the BlackBerry 10 smartphone lineup on our reliable network.”
She added: “The Q10 has the look and feel of the traditional BlackBerry that so many BlackBerry
fans have grown to love, and judging from the response to the Z10 handset, we expect the Q10 to be popular as well. It is a device ripe with familiarity but filled with modern technology.”
She also highlighted one of LIME’s promotions for the Q10.
“There are a number of parties and activities which LIME is sponsoring over the festival season and we are giving patrons the opportunity to receive one of these new phones just by being at the party,” Williams-Gayle added.
The Q10 smartphone will continue on the momentum that is being built with the unveiling of the new BlackBerry 10 platform.
Combined with the network and service plans from LIME, BlackBerry Q10 customers will be delighted with a re-invented communication experience, seamless multitasking, easy access to multiple social networks, and the peace of mind that BlackBerry security gives, a statement from the company said.
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