Vodafone Offers Free Internet Service For 3 Months on BlackBerry Curve 9220

Vodafone India today announce the launch of Free BlackBerry Internet Service offer worth Rs.399 for 3 months for its customers who buy newly launched BlackBerry Curve 9220 smartphone.

As a promotional offer, the monthly service charge for BlackBerry BIS Plan-399 will be waived off for all new BlackBerry subscribers for first 3 months from the date of activation and after 3 months the regular BlackBerry plan charges will be applicable to continue the service.

With this promotional offer BB Curve 9220 customers can also download a selection of BlackBerry apps from BlackBerry App World worth Rs.2500, for free without any data charges till 30th June 2012.  With free BIS plan by Vodafone for 3 month, customer can enjoy Unlimited BlackBerry Service including BBM, chat, Email Messengers, and Internet and music share. The offer is valid till 31st May 2011.

The newly launched BlackBerry Curve 9220 smartphone costs Rs.10990, comes with 2.44-inch (320×240 pixels) TFT display with Full QWERTY keyboard, BlackBerry OS 7 and a 2.0 Mega Pixel camera. Other features include,dedicated BBM key for faster, better communication, 512 MB of RAM, 2G (GPRS/EDGE), FM Radio, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v2.1, 3.5 mm audio jack.

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Dipanshu
Dipanshu

Its a fake offer..there are so many where its not activated..even i bought a 9220 and no voda ctivation of bbs…huhh

I hate Voda

Ullen
Ullen

I too bought this handset 4 days back from hotspot N i haven’t got the offer of vodafone till date…. i tried calling the customer care but unable to get hold of any live person..still on hanging on IVR..More over nothing specified where and how to get the plan get activate.

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