BlackBerry Announces Offer For BES10 Customers In India

BES10 customers can now purchase BlackBerry Q10 smartphone at Rs.39,990, BlackBerry Z10 smartphone at Rs.29,000 and BlackBerry Q5 smartphone at Rs.22,699.

hidden October 15, 2013 16:36:13 IST
BlackBerry Announces Offer For BES10 Customers In India

BlackBerry has announced a limited period exclusive offer on BlackBerry 10 smartphones for BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) customers. BES10 customers can now purchase BlackBerry Q10 smartphone at just Rs.39,990, BlackBerry Z10 smartphone at Rs.29,000 and BlackBerry Q5 smartphone at Rs.22,699. The offer is only available to BlackBerry’s existing BES10 customers in India with a view to ensure that they are able to leverage the best of the BlackBerry 10 platform and smartphones for enterprise productivity.

Commenting on the offer, Sunil Lalvani- Managing Director India for BlackBerry said, “As part of our on-going festive season promotions, we are introducing an exclusive offer for our valued BES10 enterprise customers. The uptake of our BES10 offering as well as BlackBerry 10 based smartphones among Indian enterprises has been encouraging and we believe this offer will further enhance our reach in the enterprise mobility market.”

The offer is valid till 30th October, 2013.

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