Jan 31, 2013 News Comments Off on Digicel launches sleek Z10 Blackberry smart phone
Digicel yesterday announced that it will be launching the new BlackBerry Z10 smart phone powered by BlackBerry10 across the Caribbean.
The new BlackBerry Z10 is the first smart phone to launch with the re-designed, re-engineered and re-invented BlackBerry 10 platform, “offering customers a powerful and unique new mobile computing experience. The BlackBerry Z10 is the fastest and most advanced BlackBerry smart phone yet, and offers a smarter experience that continuously adapts to a customer’s needs.”
Both Digicel and the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T) offer the Blackberry service which has become popular because of its free messenger or BBM service.
Digicel Group Commercial Director, Brian Finn, said, “We are very excited to be bringing the BlackBerry Z10 smart phone to Digicel customers across the Caribbean. The BlackBerry 10 powered solutions on Digicel offer a great new mobile computing experience – which is great news for our style-savvy customers who use BlackBerry smart phones for their business and lifestyle needs.
Our customers are looking for cutting-edge technologies and the latest apps wrapped up in the distinctive BlackBerry style. The new BlackBerry Z10 fits the bill and we’re expecting a great response when it launches.”
Digicel said that it will continue to offer the current network and service plans.
“…BlackBerry Z10 customers will be delighted with a re-invented communication experience, seamless multi-tasking, easy access to multiple social networks, and the peace of mind that BlackBerry security gives them,” said Carlo Chiarello, EVP, Global Smartphone Business at Research In Motion (RIM), makers of Blackberry.
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