By June 11th, 2009 AT 12:42 PM

Reliance-blackberryReliance Mobile today announced the launch of Reliance E-Lite plan for BlackBerry smartphone with the Reliance E-Lite plan, users can have unlimited access to email and instant messaging (IM) on their BlackBerry smartphones for just Rs. 299 per month.

The Reliance E-Lite service plan offers unlimited access to the industry’s leading email and instant messaging features,allowing Reliance customers to access up to 10 supported POP3/IMAP email accounts (including most popular ISP email accounts such as Yahoo! Mail and Google Mail).

Users can also view, popular attachment formats including JPEG, TIF, Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point while on the move.The Reliance E-Lite service plan also enables users to have unlimited access to popular IM services like Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, Windows Live Messenger and BlackBerry Messenger.

The service plan is offered with all BlackBerry smartphones available from Reliance Mobile, such as BlackBerry8703e, BlackBerry8830 ,BlackBerryCurve8300, BlackBerryCurve8900, BlackBerryPearl8110 and BlackBerryPearl 8130.

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sir a want to start bb services on my black berry pls tell me how am start tis service..


EMAD, RAUSHAN… I dont believe there would be any “hidden charges” – the same service is already available with AIRTEL and VODA for Rs 299… UNLIMITED MAIL and UNLIMITED INSTANT MESSENGER access… they dont allow any surfing tho!

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