BlackBerry Ltd NASDAQ:BBRY TSE:BB is offering a 30% discount on smartphones and accessories. The Canadian smartphone manufacturer is holding a sale of its products until the end of this month.
The BlackBerry Z10 (unlocked) is currently offered for $209.30, down from its original price of $299. The price of the BlackBerry Q10 (unlocked) was reduced from $399 to $279.30. The Canadian smartphone manufacturer reduced the price of the Z10 Batter Charger Bundle from $49.00 to $34.99 while the WS-430 Premium Multimedia Stereo Headset is now $27.99. The headset’s original price was $39.99.
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BlackBerry discount limited to four countries
BlackBerry Ltd NASDAQ:BBRY TSE:BB seemed offering its huge discount on smartphones and accessories to consumers in four countries only such as France, Germany, United States and United Kingdom.
Consumers who have been contemplating of purchasing a smartphone from BlackBerry Ltd NASDAQ:BBRY TSE:BB should grab this opportunity. Thirty percent (30%) is a huge discount.
BlackBerry Partners with UAE’s Telecom Regulator
BlackBerry Ltd NASDAQ:BBRY TSE:BB signed a partnership agreement with the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in app development.
Under the agreement, the Canadian smartphone manufacturer will help UAE’s initiatives in creating a ‘smarter government” by offering e-government services that are accessible through mobile devices.
BlackBerry wins DISA approval
Last week, BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB) announced that its device management service for devices powered by Android operating system and iOS received an approval from the United States Defense Information System Agency (DISA). The security clearance allows consumers to use the Enterprise service of the company across DISA agencies.
IDC analyst Stacy Crook commented that the approval given to the Secure Work Space for the Android and iOS proved that it met the strict security required by many enterprises and government agencies.
Currently, BES10 solutions of BlackBerry Ltd NASDAQ:BBRY TSE:BB is authorized by all G7 governments, and the company continues to maintain its position as a trusted partner of governments around the world.
The shares of BlackBerry Ltd NASDAQ:BBRY TSE:BB is trading $9.46 per share, slight up at the time of this writing, around 3:00 in the afternoon in New York.