Cellular Country''s Blackberry Storm 9530 sale is allowing customers to acquire a smartphone at a much lower price point then usual.
"There is no better way for a customer to upgrade old Blackberries then with one of the most coveted smartphone in the market today at a big discount," says Marketing Director Wes Miller.
The sale has generated buzz from customers because of the affordable price of the Blackberry Storm 9530. The 9530 is a premier smartphone offered by Blackberry because of its high-tech features and easy to use interface. Users benefit from the connectivity that the model offers.
The excellent call quality enables users to hear their friends and family clearly. The lightning-fast internet connection lets users download all kinds of content online. Users can connect through social media sites to get the latest updates from friends and relatives and instantly send and receive emails to get in touch with business partners on the other side of the globe. The 3-megapixel camera enables users to capture priceless moments on their phone. People can capture dinners with friends, parties with colleagues, and all sorts of priceless moments on a used Blackberry Storm 9530.
The easy to use features and the personal-level assistance that the model offers, enables users to organize their meetings and schedules immediately. The Blackberry Storm is the ideal companion for work and for play because of the innovative features that it gives to users.
The low prices are unusual because of the high-quality features that the Blackberry 9530 offers.
Cellular Country's affordable prices give everyday customers a chance to own their very own Blackberry. The affordable prices are in line with Blackberry's motto of anyone can own a Blackberry.
“Our priority this year is really building momentum in UAE around select devices within our portfolio. If we’re just looking at smartphones, Huawei is anticipating to grow its UAE shipments exponentially between now and 2015 amplifying our 2012 sales targets by probably three or four times,” he said.
Citing a recent report by Business Monitor International, he said the UAE’s consumer electronics device market is expected to increase to $4.3 billion by 2015 due to popularity of new device innovations.
“While large global brands have long dominated this space, we have also seen more and more niche consumers coming together around very specific products, platforms and technologies,” he said.