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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

BlackBerry service introduced by UK MVNO giffgaff

The giffgaff virtual mobile network operation, which runs on O2’s UK network, has introduced BlackBerry services today. There’s now a ‘goodybag’ tariff option that enables customers to use a full range of BlackBerry services, including BlackBerry Messenger and ‘push’ email, for an additional £3 per month.

Mike Fairman, giffgaff’s CEO, said “We are delighted to extend the giffgaff offering to both existing giffgaff BlackBerry owners and to prospective new customers. Great value is at the heart of giffgaff, that's why we've created incredibly competitive BlackBerry for £3.”

BlackBerry services were originally due to be launched in November 2011 but were delayed due to service issues.

[giffgaff blog]

In January last year we spoke to Heather Taylor, who was social media and PR manager for giffgaff. Click here to listen using the audio player on our website, find the podcast via iTunes or download the MP3 directly.
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