RIM Opens BlackBerry Premium Stores in Mumbai

BlackBerry smartphone maker Research In Motion (RIM) today opened two BlackBerry Premium Store in Mumbai. Located at Fort and Palladium Phoenix Mills Compound -Lower Parel in South Mumbai. These are the first such stores in Mumbai for the Canadian smartphone maker which will feature the entire BlackBerry product portfolio in Mumbai city.

Earlier they launched their first BlackBerry Premium Store in Delhi and 2nd in Gurgaon (Haryana) and 3rd in Bangalore few weeks back.

The stores will provide customers the opportunity to discover the BlackBerry experience within special zones featuring consumer and enterprise applications along with product service and a demo zone to highlight performance of BlackBerry smartphones, the statement said. A knowledgeable and enthusiastic team in store will deliver expert information and advice to create the finest customer experience.

The BlackBerry premium store will be open seven days a week and the company plans to open similar stores in key metro cities including including Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Ahmedabad in India in a phased manner.

Location of BlackBerry Premium Stores in Mumbai :

1. BlackBerry Premium Store, Palladium, Phoenix Mills Compound, Lower Parel (West), Mumnbai-400013. Phone : 022 – 66150834.

2. BlackBerry Premium Store, 325, Nawab Building, Dr. D.N. Road, Fort, Mumbai 400001.  Phone :022 – 66150974.

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