Monday, 23 April 2012 14:15
In step with the growing trendtowards increasing use of smartphone and social media consumption, industrymover Sun Cellular launches its new BlackBerry Social and Data Plans at only P600per month.
“These new BlackBerry plans aredesigned to cater to the changing appetite of Filipino consumers towards a moreadvanced social media and mobile internet experience via BlackBerry, especiallyamong entry-level users. Now, our customers can experience the key benefits ofBlackberry without spending much”, says Ricky Peña, Senior Vice President ofSun Cellular for Postpaid /New Business, Broadband Marketing and MarketingServices.
For only P600 per month, Sunoffers the BlackBerry Social Plan with UNLIMITED Sun-to-Sun calls and texts.The social plan includes unlimited BlackBerry Messaging (BBM), Facebook,Twitter and other Social Networking applications. What’s more, this bundlecomes with a free BlackBerry Curve 8520 unit.
Sun Cellular also offers theBlackBerry Data Plan profile which comes with unlimited BlackBerry InternetService, mobile internet, 200 Sun-to-Sun texts and a free BlackBerry Curve 8520unit also at P600 per month. This plan best serves users who need an all-accesspass to social media and mobile browsing.
Sun Cellular also offersBlackBerry Add-on plans for its current subscribers. These would include theAdd-on Plan 649 with unlimited BlackBerry Internet Service and unlimited mobileinternet, and its newest BlackBerry Service Anti-Bill Shock plans for as low asP299 per month.
In support of these newBlackBerry plans, Sun Cellular has embarked on a network expansion across thecountry. Peña says multiple developments in Sun’s network coverage and newservice offerings are at play to provide the most compelling postpaidexperience in the country today.
Sun Cellular is a member of the Philippine Long DistanceTelephone Co. Group.
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