MTS Allstream (News - Alert) has launched the new BlackBerry Curve 8330, a sleek and stylish high-speed smartphone that offers a powerful combination of communications and multimedia capabilities from Research In Motion Limited.
The BlackBerry (News - Alert) Curve 8330 smartphone offers multiple e-mail account integration, a two-megapixel camera with built-in flash, 5x digital zoom and video recorder.
With the media player included in the BlackBerry Curve, the fun goes with the customer. Play video and music files in vivid color and rich sound, plug in a stereo headset, or pair up any Bluetooth
"The BlackBerry Curve 8330 smartphone is a great new addition to MTS Allstream's already impressive lineup of products," said Stan Kurtas, vice-president of marketing, consumer markets, in a statement.
"With multiple features and functionality, the BlackBerry Curve 8330 is an attractive choice for people looking to take advantage of the latest installment of BlackBerry smartphones."
Customers with this device can shuffle their songs or enjoy their favorite playlist while replying to messages. The BlackBerry Curve also has expandable memory capability to keep larger files. This smartphone accepts a microSD card to create more room for music, images and media files.
The BlackBerry Curve, despite its small size, features a highly tactile and ergonomic full-QWERTY keyboard with trackball navigation system.
MTS Allstream is a wholly owned subsidiary of Manitoba Telecom Services, and is one of Canada's national communication solutions providers, delivering innovative products and services through the Enterprise Solutions and Consumer Markets divisions.
The Enterprise Solutions division, which operates under the Allstream brand nationally and under the MTS Allstream brand in Manitoba, is among the leading competitors in the national business and wholesale markets.
This division offers customers a portfolio of solutions tailored to the needs of medium and large businesses looking for success in a world of rapidly evolving technology - Internet protocol connectivity, unified communications, IT consulting and security services, and voice and data connectivity services.
The Consumer Markets division leads every telecommunications market segment in Manitoba, delivering a full suite of next generation wireless, high-speed Internet and data, digital television and wireline voice services under the MTS brand. They also provide small business services in select markets across Canada under the Allstream brand, and security and alarm monitoring services through AAA Alarm Systems, an affiliate of MTS Allstream which also operates in other western provinces.
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