Since BBM became available on iOS and Android, BlackBerry devices, and by extension, BlackBerry Internet Service plans were rendered redundant. Cue the forces of demand and supply. If we are reading this right, the ultimate BlackBerry Internet Service plan that gives access to 3 gigabytes of data on the Glo network now costs N1,000, all the way from N2,800. One can’t help noticing that Glo’s new pricing also undercuts a similar product from Airtel by N500.

Source – Technology Times NG

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