Mobily unveils new BlackBerry packages

Mobily lures BlackBerry users with new monthly deals
Mobily has launched two new monthly BlackBerry packages.
Mobily has launched two new monthly BlackBerry packages.

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Saudi Arabian telco Mobily has launched two new Blackberry services. The new Premium and Plus packages are available for new and existing postpaid or prepaid subscribers.

The Premium package offers subscribers a monthly allowance of 150 calling minutes and unlimited SMS on its network, 1 Gigabyte internet browsing and 5 Megabytes for roaming internet, for a fixed monthly fee of SR99 ($26.3).

Subscribers to the Plus package receive a monthly allowance of 1 Gigabyte for internet browsing and 5 Megabytes for roaming internet, for SR79 .

Subscribers can subscribe to the new packages by sending a simple SMS to Mobily.

 

 

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