The Vodafone BlackBerry Bold 9900 is now available for pre-order directly from Vodafone as well as Carphone Warehouse. SoMobile’s Carly Page, however, is reporting that the device has been delayed by ‘at least three weeks’.
The Vodafone BlackBerry Bold 9900 is now available for pre-order. If you get a 24-month service plan of 1200 minutes or more, you can get the Vodafone BlackBerry Bold 9900 completely subsidized from Vodafone starting at £41 per month. The BlackBerry Bold 9900 is also available for pre-order from Carphone Warehouse where you can pick up the BlackBerry 7 smartphone free with £31 300 minute monthly service plan.
Although rumors are indicating a late September – mid October launch window for the BlackBerry Storm 2, we still don’t have an official release date, or, even an official announcement claiming that the BlackBerry Storm 2 is coming at all. This, however, hasn’t prevented Vodafone from preparing to sell accessories for their branded BlackBerry Storm 9520 whenever the device does get officially announced then released.
As you can see by the picture above Vodafone has SKUs for a BlackBerry 9520 Charging Pod and a 3 Pack of 9520 Skins in their inventory system. Hopefully it won’t be too long before we see SKUs for an actual BlackBerry Storm 9520 show up…
Cool BlackBerry trick number 1834. How to Drive a Formula 1 race car with a BlackBerry Storm…
This is probably a marketing campaign straight out of Vodafone, but still, how cool was that?
Vodafone is holding a BlackBerry Storm Developer Competition where the developer of the coolest App will win €50,000 Euros.
Vodafone is looking for the best application for the BlackBerry Storm.
The brand new super-mobile BlackBerry Storm has arrived, so now’s the time for great ideas: the search is on for new, smart and pioneering software for the Vodafone Smartphone. Resourceful developers taking part in the Vodafone innovations competition for the BlackBerry Storm not only have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to win 50,000 euros the three best software applications will be provided as downloads for all users in the BlackBerry Application Center.
Second and Thrid place application developers will win €15,00 and €5000 Euros repspectively. You have until 11:59 CEST on April 30th to enter you submission. Get more information here…
Pocket-lint has confirmed that BlackBerry Enterprise Server support is now being “officially” offered to Vodafone subscribers on the BlackBerry Storm starting Monday, Dec. 8th.
If you are scratching your head pondering, “Couldn’t you already hook your Vodafone BlackBerry Storm up to BES”, you would be correct in thinking that you could, however, this was only after you coverted your plan over to one that supports BES. Additionally, Vodafone wasn’t offering any direct to business sales.
It looks like, however, all that is about to change…
Vodafone and Research In Motion today announced the availability of the BlackBerry® Storm™ smartphone in the Dutch market. Purpose built for Vodafone and delivering the renowned functionality of the BlackBerry® solution, the BlackBerry Storm brings entertainment, information and communications to the tips of your fingers and incorporates the world’s first ‘clickable’ touch-screen. The beautifully designed BlackBerry Storm is available for free on a 24 month contract in Vodafone stores from November 24th 2008.
In case anyone in the UK planning to buy the GSM-only BlackBerry Storm from Vodafone was wondering, the FCC has just cleared the device that so many AT&T and T-Mobile subscribers wish they could get.