BlackBerry today launched its two new Android smartphones in India – the DTEK50 and the DTEK60. The BlackBerry DTEK60 comes with high-end specifications and is priced at Rs. 46,990. BlackBerry is touting these devices for its mobile security features and claims that these are ‘World’s most secure Android smartphones’. Continue reading “BlackBerry DTEK60 Hands On Impressions and Photo Gallery”
BlackBerry India has announced a new offer for American Express Card members buying the BlackBerry Q10. Under this offer customers customers buying the device with their American Express Card(s) will get Rs. 5000 back as an American Express Gift Card. The prepaid American Express Gift Card is accepted at over 100,000 locations in India. Continue reading “BlackBerry India offers Rs. 5000 worth Gift Card on purchase of Q10 smartphone with American Express Card”
It’s been quite a while since the BlackBerry Z10 launched in India, and that too, with a hefty price tag. To spur the sales of the device, the Waterloo company has now joined the “0% EMI” bandwagon by offering an EMI scheme for the only BlackBerry 10 device in the market as well as the cheap Curve device – the 9220. Like most other EMI schemes offered by companies like Samsung and Nokia, this will also feature Rs.0 down payment, 0% processing fee and 0% interest and the plan will be rolled out in 3000 BlackBerry outlets across India this weekend. One can choose to pay Rs. 4,799/- per month for 9 months, for the BlackBerry Z10 and Rs. 799/- per month for 12 months, for the Curve 9220.
Looks like BlackBerry has found a replacement for Sunil Dutt who resigned as Managing Director of BlackBerry , India. BlackBerry has appointed Sunil Lalwani from within the company as the new Managing Director.He has been with the company since 2009 and was spearheading enterprise sales and has had stints at Nokia and Cisco in the past. Continue reading “BlackBerry appoints Sunil Lalwani as Managing Director for India”