BlackBerry Z3 Pre-Orders Start Selling Out

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In less than a day, the BlackBerry Z3 has seen its pre-orders through three different channels in Indonesia sell out. Elevenia, Jeruknipis and Globalteleshop have “exhausted” their stock of pre-orders for the newly announced Z3. We’re not exactly sure how many devices have been made available, but it’s still a pretty big deal to have…

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Limited BlackBerry Z3, Jakarta Edition available exclusively to Indonesian customers

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Over the weekend we discovered that Indonesian customers were able to pre-order the BlackBerry Z3. BlackBerry today officially announced that customers in Indonesia can now pre-order the BlackBerry Z3 smartphone through leading telecommunications operators in Indonesia, Indosat and XL. BlackBerry expects the device to be priced at IDR 2,199,000. The official unveiling of BlackBerry Z3…

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BlackBerry Wins ESEAward 2014

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BlackBerry Indonesia has received the Excellent Service Experience Award (ESEAward) 2014 for the category “Handset of the Year”, making it the second year in winning this prestigious award. The ESEAward recognizes the high standard and premium experience of BlackBerry’s customer service. BlackBerry has 56 Expert Center located across Indonesia to make sure they provide service…

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BlackBerry Z30 Releasing November 23rd in Indonesia

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BlackBerry has announced the arrival of the BlackBerry Z30 in Indonesia with a launch event held at Jakarta. “The new BlackBerry Z30 smartphone builds on the solid foundation and engaging user experience of the BlackBerry 10 platform with features like the powerful BlackBerry Hub, its exceptional touchscreen keyboard and industry leading browser. The smartphone rounds…

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Indonesian Users Account for 20% of BlackBerry Subscribers

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To say that emerging markets are important to BlackBerry’s continued life-force is an understatement. The emerging markets are absolutely critical. It’s evident that BlackBerry understands this with the announcement of another BlackBerry 7 smartphone to battle the low-end Android devices. New reports indicate that Indonesian users account for 15 million, a little over 20%, of…

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Photos from First BlackBerry Jam Camp in Indonesia

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Students in Indonesia that had at least 16 years of age attended the BlackBerry Jam Camp, a program globally held for the first time in Indonesia on July 4th and 5th.  BlackBerry Jam Camp program was in collaboration with the Centre for Innovation BlackBerry at ITB ( Bandung Institute of Technology). BlackBerry brings BlackBerry Jam Camp for students in Indonesia to inspire young people to create local content or applications and also spawn many young…

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Have BlackBerry Sales Actually Dropped 70% in Indonesia?

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A few days ago the Asia Pacific region was hit by a BlackBerry Messenger outage. The service was down in many counties such as Indonesia, Australia, Hong Kong, Thailand, India, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, and Malaysia. BlackBerry did not immediately notify or acknowledge that the BBM service was down. Initially, it was thought the outage was…

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PicStory & Indosat Launch the Indosat Photo Challenge

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PicStory and Indosat have announced their PicStory Indosat Challenge in Indonesia where participants get a chance to win a BlackBerry Z10 and many more prizes. The challenge involves the use of NFC technology to unlock Indosat exclusive frames and filters at different locations to be used for the challenge. You could win from a Indosat Top…

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BlackBerry Z10 Launched in Indonesia for Rp 6,999,000

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The BlackBerry Z10 has launched today in Indonesia. The device will become available at BlackBerry Lifestyle stores across the country by next week. The BlackBerry Z10 will be available in black and white colors and retail for Rp 6,999,000 beginning on March 15th. “BlackBerry is stepping away from traditional use of smartphones,” said Vivek Bhardwaj. “BlackBerry…

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