C&W adds BlackBerry to mobile product line
April 15, 2005
C&W adds BlackBerry to mobile product line

Telecoms provider Cable & Wireless is boost-ing its product line in a big way.

On Wednesday the company hosted a grouping of business executives at Roy’s Inn to witness the introduction of their newest product, the Blackberry handheld device.{{more}}

The device, a familiar feature with multi-national corporations and business executives on the go, combines support for phone, email, Internet, intranet, text messaging, and organizer applications in a single, integrated device.

Catering for businesses and on-the-go electronic users, the BlackBerry allows you to access up to ten email accounts from one handset, supported mail servers from Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes, MSN/Hotmail, AOL and Internet Service Provider email (POP3). A well-integrated system with superior function to regular handheld organizers, the business communication unit comes fully loaded with triple DES security system, holding confidential business information from other users on the web.

The BlackBerry 7250 is a brilliantly engineered wireless device that opti-mizes form, function and performance for mobile professionals who want to stay connected and productive while away from the office

A release from Cable & Wireless stated that the device is “the most complete, easy to use, integrated business solution on the market and functions more than a phone; it is your PC in the palm of your hand.”