Many businesses use the Blackberry proprietary operating system to communicate with colleagues via the integrated email solution.
These state-of-the-art smartphones enable people to work on the road, whether in the UK or overseas.
You can receive complimentary handsets for business use on any of the EE, Orange or T-mobile tariffs that are available.
It has been the backbone of many thousands of businesses in the past few years. The device from Research in Motion (RIM) offers a full QWERTY keyboard on the phone itself which many people like. However, the iPhone is making inroads into this market and with the network outages experienced people are now looking elsewhere. So what are the advantages and disadvantages of owning a Blackberry handset?
Which model should you choose for your business? There are many to choose from which vary from a small smartphone to those that effectively emulate a laptop.
We have all the handsets including models: 9780, 9105, 9800 Torch, Curve 9300, Pearl 8100, Pearl 8110, 8120, 8220 Flip, Curve 8310, Curve 8320, Curve 8520, 8800, 8820, Curve 8900, Bold 9000, and the Bold 9700.