Business customers can buy 2 BlackBerry PlayBooks and get 1 free

Business customers can buy 2 BlackBerry PlayBooks and get 1 free
RIM is turning its attention to enterprise users with a special deal for the BlackBerry PlayBook, According to an email sent out by RIM, a business customer buying two BlackBerry PlayBook tablets through an authorized value-added reseller, will get a third PlayBook for free. The deal is good right up until the ball drops in Times Square.

RIM is also giving out one free accessory for each tablet. You can choose from a black leather sleeve for your tablet, a charging pad or a 6 foot HDMI cable. It's a good way to get rid of some of that overhanging inventory while increasing the number of PlayBook's enterprise users. Profits? Well, you can't have everything.

source: RIM via Crackberry

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6. ash29

Posts: 58; Member since: Oct 28, 2011

I would buy one if i could anyhow install android on it...

5. aslpin

Posts: 1; Member since: Oct 29, 2011

share your opinion with bbm users from all around the world or your city on

4. saiki4116

Posts: 413; Member since: Mar 31, 2011

BB are marketing it as perishable in FMCG category.......

3. Luuthian

Posts: 332; Member since: Sep 09, 2011

Why would a business customer want a sub-par tablet? This is what I don't understand about Blackberry... They're still trying to cling to this image of being a business based phone brand. Problem is, it's not worth much any more. Yes, there was a time when they were the primary business based handset. But that means little these days. Many other smartphone manufacturers offer just as robust, if not MORE robust, business features. Windows Phone boasts a full Office suite for crying out loud, and Apple now does iPhone to iPhone messaging through their own servers ala BBM. They're being seriously outplayed here, and they clearly can't see why. That, or they do and they're too stubborn to give up their business based image... An image which no longer does them any favors. Their attempts to be "hip" have been pathetic at best... RIM over all needs a completely new image.

2. thekid1990

Posts: 2; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

Wow RIM your just trying everything to get rid of those Playbooks aren't you? Just give up on the Tablet business and focus on making cell phones that actually look different that the one's you have already made.

1. slaggyb

Posts: 218; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

good deal rim....

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