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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) In BLACKBERRY

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By heli4 · April 10, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today said it will initiate its BlackBerry services by nextmonth."We have got all the approvals ... and will launch BlackBerry services by April," BSNL Chairman and Managing Director Kuldeep Goyaltold journalists on the sidelines of the agenda 'Convergence India'.

BlackBerry services had earlier come under inspection after Indian refuge agencies uttered apprehension that the data beingtransmitted through the piece of equipment could not be intercepted due to the high encryption codes mortal second-hand by the band.

Goyal clarified that monitoring 3G services has not been plant on hold. "It is possible to monitor 3G services... it has not been put on hold," he said.

The sector of telecommunications (DoT) had prior asked the two state-owned telecom service providers, BSNL andMTNL, to stop as long as 3G services till call-monitoring services are made accessible to the brains agencies.

3G services provide for high-speed data and video streaming.Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has announced the launch of Blackberry services on their set of connectionsin the Indian promote.

BSNL chairman-cum-organization director Kuldeep Goyal spoke about these services: “Blackberry services bring together smart phones and software services to afford customers with easy wireless access to email, phone, web and multimedia applications.”

They are not single-handedly as Reliance Communications, Airtel, Vodafone and Tata Teleservices are by now offer RIMBlackberry services in the marital market.BSNL added: “This move will certainly build up our presence in the Indian telecom market. BSNL is as long as Blackberry solutions on 3Gservices for the first time in India.”BSNL and MTNL are the only telecom supplier currently offering 3G services in the market.

BSNL Blackberry Phones for 3G services in India

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By heli4 · March 20, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
With 3G services launch of MTNL in Delhi and 3G service by BSNL to provide high-speed data and video streaming. State-owned Bharat Sancha Nigam Ltd (BSNL) said on Wednesday that it will launch its BlackBerry services by next month.

3G services launch of MTNL in Delhi and 3G service by BSNL,Bharat Sancha Nigam Ltd (BSNL),BlackBerry Storm 9000, BlackBerry Curve, BlackBerry Pearl 8120 and BlackBerry 8700g,

"We have all the approvals. and will launch BlackBerry services by April," BSNL chairman and managing director Kuldeep goyal said. Currently, BlackBerry in India is available on Airtel, Reliance, Tata Indicom and Vodafone.

The handset is likely to be available on the BSNL at the end under BSNL executive. While negotiations for the BlackBerry is in the advanced stage, BSNL-BlackBerry-Pearl-8120 Presently only BSNL has awarded the 3G spectrum, while Airtel and Vodafone, to the sole supplier of the iPhone 3G, no 3G frequencies assigned yet.

So that Apple may also be interested in moving with BSNL for 3G services in India.
BlackBerry phones will be available with BSNL is: BlackBerry Storm 9000, BlackBerry Curve, BlackBerry Pearl 8120 and BlackBerry 8700g. BSNL Blackberry Phones. BSNL to introduce BlackBerry in the 09 April.

RIM to launch Unlocked BlackBerries in India

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By heli4 · January 19, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

Size: 2.4 x 4.3 x 0.5 inches
Weight: 3.9 ounces
Included battery: 1400 mAhr Lion
Talk time: up to 5.5 hours
Band (frequency): 850 MHz;900 MHz;1800 MHz;1900 MHz
Standby time: up to 15 days

Included Accessories

256MB Memory Card
USB Cable
Stereo Hands-Free Headset
BlackBerry Desktop Software


Text messaging
Instant messaging


3.2 Megapixel camera
Music player
Video capture/playback
HiFi Ringers Games


High Speed Internet
GPS built-in
Real web browsing
Micro SD memory slot


Wi-Fi and Mobile Calling
Internet and corporate e-mail
Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology
Easily synch w/ Microsoft Outlook

Research In Motion (RIM) will soon introduce "locked" versions of his signature BlackBerry phones in India.

not closed version of the phone makes the current network-related certain limited (Airtel, Reliance Communications and Vodafone) Blackberry to work on the network of a telecom service provider. following attempts at an image change from being a business phone to a multimedia device to appeal more public now RIM wants to attract a different segment of the Indian masses who prefer to select their telecom service provider.
Blackberry comes in the premium segment phone bracket; thus turn the Indian market, it may also introduce a price-wise stripped down version of the Blackberry for the Indian market, reports put forward. awaiting now, Blackberry products were sold in Norway through partnerships with telecom operators. at the present that there will be no such restrictions, to increase its presence in the market, Blackberry phones will now be more focused on consumers as RIM, in collaboration with Redington India - a distributor of popular brands such as Nokia, Western Digital, IBM, Canon, Samsung, Seagate, APC, Asus, Computer Associates, Cisco, HCL and Hitachi.
Redington will provide a broad range of Blackberry Smart phones starting with the Blackberry Pearl Series, Blackberry Curve Series and Blackberry Bold smart phone. Because part of a reseller agreement with Redington India Blackberry smart phones and plans from supported airlines will first be available in retail and modern trade outlets across nine cities: Mumbai, Delhi, NCR, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Pune and Ahmedabad. RIM also plans to launch localized programs in India for specific areas such as entertainment and sport. The company currently has 13 phones in India - the latest is the Blackberry Storm, rim first touch screen phone that is a strong competitor to Apple's iPhone. Research Motion (RIM) in India,’ in hand soon Blackberry phones Introduction version opens.
Telephone in the current versions of open allows - (Airtel, Reliance Communications and Vodafone) Blackberry any telecommunications service provider's network to operate on limited. A multimedia device for just a phone call in the company and to attract more visitors is one of trying to change the image, now that Telecom service provider RIM choose a different part of the Indian people that attracted out. Premium segment of Blackberry phones fall under the category in the Indian market to crack, this is also a cost, according to the Indian market for stripped down version of the Blackberry foreword May report suggests. Until now, the Blackberry products in Norway through a partnership with telecom operators had been sell. Like RIM's Blackberry phones now in consumers' eyes will be more now that no such restriction is to increase its presence in the market will work with Redington India - Nokia, Western Digital, popular brands such as IBM for a business partner, Canon, Samsung, Seagate, APC, Asus, Computer Associates, Cisco, HCL and Hitachi.
Blackberry Pearl and Blackberry Smart phones Redington series begins with a broad range of offerings will, Blackberry Curve Series and Blackberry Bold smart phone. Redington India, Smart phones and Blackberry service plans from carriers that are support by a dealer as part of the agreement began in nine cities: Mumbai, Delhi, NCR, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Pune and Ahmedabad in modern retailing and will be obtainable in store. Entertainment and sports, such as RIM specific areas in India for limited to a small area program plans to launch. The company at this time, RIM's first touch screen phone to Apple's iPhone is a strong competitor, 13 phones in India - one of the most recent Blackberry storm yesterday.

RIM BlackBerries in India

Airtel, Vodfone Launch BlackBerry Flip in India

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By heli4 · January 8, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
" Sports a 2 megapixel camera, WiFi, QWERTY keyboard and 1GB microSD card "

Airtel and Vodafone have finally brought RIM's first clamshell smartphone BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220-to India.

While most of us associate BlackBerry with wide bodied, brick like handsets, RIM seems desperate to change that notion. That is precisely why we now see gorgeous, compact handsets like the Curve 8220 and the Storm which seem to have become style statements - at least in the India.

If you thought the flip design has lessened the "Blackberry Effect" on the phone, be prepared to be surprised. It can do almost everything your "normal" blackberry can except for that much needed Qwerty keyboard layout. The keys are still labelled in the Qwerty layout but will use shared keys, instead of dedicated ones.Instead of that, what we have here is RIMs SureType input technology.

" On the multimedia front, it sports an expected 2 megapixel camera with digital zoom and not to mention, flash, video recording, stereo Bluetooth support wit A2Dp and an easily accessible expandable memory card slot for up to 16GB of additional storage. There is WiFi crammed in as well. Here's a brief spec sheet."

  • 1GB microSD card included
  • Enhanced SureType keyboard for easy text entry and phone dialing
  • 2 megapixel camera with digital zoom, built-in flash and video recording
  • Advanced media player for music, video and pictures with full-screen video playback
  • Internal QVGA 2.4-inch diagonal display, 320 x 240 pixels and supports 65,000 colors
  • Support for text messaging, picture messaging, popular instant messaging services, personal email (access up to 10 supported email accounts) and corporate email
  • Media management software including the new BlackBerry Media Sync application making it quick and easy to sync iTunes digital music onto the handset
  • Enhanced HTML browser for high-performance browsing with desktop-style depiction
  • Stereo Bluetooth support (A2DP/AVRCP) and 3.5mm stereo headset jack
  • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE/Wi-Fi network support including support for international roaming
  • Dimensions (LxWxD): 101mm x 50 mm x 17.5 mm
  • Weight (including removable battery): Approximately 102 grams

The phone is priced at Rs. 21, 990 and is now available at Airtel and Vodafone stores across India.
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