MTN has launched two new BlackBerry service plans to give customers more choices that suit their needs and pockets. “The new services are designed to suit the different client needs, including instant messaging, social networking, browsing, email or downloading and using apps,” the firm said in a statement.
“For customers that want to stay connected on social networks, the BlackBerry social plan costs only Rwf5,000 per month or Rwf 1,500 per week.
“It enables clients to stay connected on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks,” the statement noted.
The Blackberry complete plan will cost Rwf8,000 per month or Rwf2,500 a week to offer internet access. “The new service plans will allow customers to gain full benefits and experience that a Blackberry Smartphone offers.
“Our customers will choose and pay for the options they need in a more affordable manner and allow them to control their monthly costs,” Khaled Mikkawi, the MTN chief executive officer, said.