The New Blackberry is Coming!

The latest product from Blackberry, the Blackberry Z10, will certainly create some competition in the smartphone market with the product due to be launched at the end of March/April this year.

For all those Blackberry users, you may interested in what the new phone has to offer. Click here to see a short video of this brand new model and the features that you can enjoy.

Contact us now to reserve your place for a handset when they become available by emailing us at [email protected]

Read this important notice from Telstra below in relation to your existing Blackberry handset if you have one:

“IMPORTANT CHANGE TO YOUR BLACKBERRY SOLUTION

On 1 July 2013 Telstra will no longer be supplying BlackBerry handsets running the OS7 operating system or below.

What does this mean for you?
You have an existing agreement with us entered into before 26 March 2013, which includes the option to take up a BlackBerry solution, (for example the BlackBerry Individual Solution or BlackBerry Enterprise Server solution).

From the 1 July 2013, you will only be able to take up a BlackBerry solution under your existing agreement where you already have your own compatible BlackBerry handset (bring your own device) for the BlackBerry solutions.

A compatible BlackBerry handset is a BlackBerry handset that operates with  the BlackBerry OS7 operating system or lower  eg BlackBerry 9900.

From 1 July 2013, if you do not have a compatible BlackBerry handset, you will no longer be able to take-up a BlackBerry solution under your existing agreement.

From 26 March 2013, the BlackBerry Z10 handset, which runs on the BlackBerry 10 OS, will be available.  The BlackBerry Z10 handset is not compatible with BlackBerry solutions.   If you choose to take up one of the new BlackBerry Z10 handsets, we recommend you take up an additional mobile data pack to help ensure you have an adequate data allowance to cover you usage requirements. The BlackBerry Z10 device does not have the same features as the BlackBerry handsets running on OS7 and below. “