Friday, February 8, 2013

MTN NIGERIA to bring Blackberry Z10 (BB10) to NIGERIA

11:18 PM


MTN has concluded plans with Blackberry formerly Research In Motion (RIM), makers of the brand new Blackberry Z10 smartphone, to deliver the new Blackberry 10 OS device to its customers in Nigeria.

MTN Nigeria will be the first to bring Blackberry’s latest offering to the Nigerian market.

With this development, MTN customers in Nigeria will be among the first users in the world to experience the new, wave-making Blackberry Z10 smartphone which is the first smartphone based on the re-designed, re-engineered and re-invented BlackBerry 10 platform, giving customers a powerful and unique new mobile computing experience.

It is the fastest and most advanced BlackBerry smartphone yet, and offers customers a smarter experience that continuously adapts to their needs.

According to Larry Annetts, chief marketing officer, MTN Nigeria, among other unique features, the phone also offers super-fast browsing, a sharp responsive display, an intelligent camera that allows for editing and photo sharing as well as trusted security.

“MTN is offering pre-order opportunities thus conferring on our customers the privilege of being one of the first to own the device in Nigeria. Not only that, those who pre-order will get the smartphone at a bargain price and they will be contacted for pickup at locations of their choice even before the phones become commercially available at retail stores. They are not required to make any deposits, they will simply pay on delivery.”

It will be recalled that MTN Nigeria has a long standing alliance with RIM, makers of Blackberry, dating back to 2007 when MTN Nigeria was the first telecommunications company in Africa to offer Blackberry on a pre- paid basis.

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