Ghanaian Chronicle

Blackberry Z10 Hits Market

Date published: February 18, 2013

By Dora Akyaa Asare

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Vodafone Ghana has once again proven its leadership in innovation with the launch of the Blackberry Z10 one week after its global launch.

Customers on the Vodafone network will be the first to own the latest handset which has created consumers frenzy all over the world. Vodafone is the first network to offer it to their customers along with 1.5GB of data.

The new Blackberry Z10 is a complete re-design from the traditional “BB” and introduces new, user-friendly features. For the first time user do not have to subscribe to the blackberry Service before experiencing the full capabilities of the handset.

The Blackberry Messenger Service has also been revamped with added features such as video calling and screen share which allows users to share their handset screen and camera view with their friends. Another innovative feature is the black berry Hub, where users can customise their handset.

The enhanced security features also makes the Black berry Z10 an available business tool. The Chief Marketing Officer at Vodafone Ghana, Uche Ofodile remarked on Vodafone’s commitment to bring the most innovative devices to their customers.

“We know our customers are driven by innovation and like to set the pace for others to follow”, she noted. According to her, they expected Vodafone to be the first to deliver one of the most sought after handset in the world and have not been disappointed.

 

 

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1 Comment for “Blackberry Z10 Hits Market”

  1. The blackberry Z10 is one of the best blackberry’s that blackberry have launched, unfortunately its mostly available on vodafone. Well this site can unlock it to all networks worldwide with network mep codes. It doesn’t cost much and takes no time at all to unlock.

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