TIM Hellas Telecommunications S.A., and Research In Motion today announced the launch of BlackBerry in Greece. BlackBerry is a leading wireless communications platform that keeps mobile professionals connected to people and information with integrated support for voice, email and data applications.
“We are pleased to offer BlackBerry to our customers, thus delivering on our promise to provide them with wireless freedom coupled with personal control in their communication,” said Mr. Damianos Charalambidis, TIM Hellas Chief Commercial Officer. “BlackBerry is the ideal tool for today’s mobile professionals who are in demand and on the go, helping them to manage their busy professional and personal lives.”
BlackBerry from TIM will provide mobile professionals with easy access to email, phone, text messaging, Internet, organizer and corporate data applications. TIM Hellas will be offering customers the BlackBerry 7290(TM) and BlackBerry 7100g(TM).
BlackBerry from TIM will enable customers to increase efficiency in their personal and professional lives by providing two unique solutions:
For corporate customers, BlackBerry Enterprise Server(TM) tightly integrates with Microsoft(R) Exchange, IBM Lotus(R) Domino(TM) and Novell GroupWise(R) to enable secure, push-based, wireless access to email and other corporate data.
For individuals and smaller businesses, BlackBerry Internet Service(TM) allows users to access up to ten corporate and/or personal email accounts (including Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino and many popular ISP e-mail accounts) from a single device.
“BlackBerry will help TIM Hellas’ customers to stay connected and productive while on the go,” said Mark Guibert, Vice President, Corporate Marketing at RIM. “BlackBerry has been embraced by organizations around the world because it provides mobile professionals with unmatched features, performance and usability while providing IT departments with the proper security, manageability and scalability.”
Customers travelling abroad will also benefit from BlackBerry as TIM Hellas has already concluded roaming agreements with 61 operators in 35 countries.(a)