Research in Motion and Rogers today introduced that Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry Pearl 8120 to customers in Canada. The 8120’s Wi-Fi capability will allow it to work with Rogers UMA service, Rogers Home Calling Zone.
More and more households are dropping their landlines and using their mobile devices 100% of the time. Being able to make calls via your internet connection can really cut down on your mobile bill especially for those who make a lot of calls during the day during peak hours.
Rogers Wireless is proud to add the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 to our extensive lineup of BlackBerry phones, and especially to our innovative Home Calling Zone service, a Canadian first,” said John Boynton, SVP and Chief Marketing Officer, Rogers Wireless. “With the UMA-enabled BlackBerry Pearl 8120, not only will our customers have the benefits of RIM’s world-renowned push email solution, they can also experience the flexibility and convenience using their BlackBerry phone for both home and away, with Rogers Home Calling Zone.