BlackBerry lands in Serbia

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SerbiaMobile Telephony of Serbia customers will now be able to get their hands on the BlackBerry Pearl 8100, BlackBerry Curve 8300, and BlackBerry 8800. Mobile Telephony of Serbia, otherwise known as mt:s, is offering the phones with the help of Alcatel-Lucent, who have participated in the setup of many of RIM’s expansions. All three phones were already available in the area through a partnership between VIP and Vodafone, but choices are always good.

  • Anon

    Your map is out of date, as Serbia does no longer include Kosovo. That I’m sure will be a separate BlackBerry launch.

  • Anon

    Your map is out of date, as Serbia does no longer include Kosovo. That I’m sure will be a separate BlackBerry launch.

  • Anon

    What do you mean Kosovo is not in Serbia? It is still very much a part of it, even though the Kosovars think the country belongs to them. When they get accepted by UN they can talk about that.

  • Anon

    What do you mean Kosovo is not in Serbia? It is still very much a part of it, even though the Kosovars think the country belongs to them. When they get accepted by UN they can talk about that.

  • Kruska

    Kosovo declared independence and has been recognized by a number of EU nations as well as US America. I don’t think Rand McNally is waiting on the UN before the maps are re-drawn.

  • Kruska

    Kosovo declared independence and has been recognized by a number of EU nations as well as US America. I don’t think Rand McNally is waiting on the UN before the maps are re-drawn.

  • Predrag

    Free Kosovo!

  • Predrag

    Free Kosovo!

  • Stefan_Beograd

    hey tachi fanboys, didn’t you learn to write the name of your “country” yet… it’s called Kosovo*, and the asterix stands for “yeah, right, in SimCity maybe”