Verizon and BlackBerry have a deal for enterprise customers

Verizon and BlackBerry have a deal for enterprise customers
A video clip posted by BlackBerry, reveals a deal it has for its enterprise customers through a partnership with Verizon. The video shows that BlackBerry will offer as much as $150 in bill credits for each legacy device traded in for a BlackBerry 10 model.  You can use the bill credit to  purchase BlackBerry Technical Support, purchase BBM Protected, or use the credits however you want.

The video also promotes BES10, with BlackBerry offering free licenses if you make the switch from another MDM provider. You can monitor your entire fleet even if it consists of iOS and Android powered handsets. Windows Phone handsets will be supported on BES12. And BlackBerry is offering free technical support through January 31st 2015.

The video is obviously aimed at corporations, both large and small, who are stuck with BlackBerry legacy devices. And BlackBerry is trying to get businesses to switch to BES10. If you work for a company that hands out BlackBerry handsets to employees, perhaps you can talk to the powers that be, about this deal. And don't forget to cut out pictures of the BlackBerry Passport and tape them to the mirror in the executive washroom.

source: BlackBerry


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