BlackBerry stand accessory discount and giveaway

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BlackBerry Cool readers have the opportunity to get a nice discount on a BlackBerry stand accessory as well as we are giving away 20 free units for 20 lucky readers.

The New MobileRiser stands up your cell phone, iPhone, iPod or other mobile devices for viewing at a convenient 75°viewing angle. Easily stand up any mobile device. So thin you won’t even know it’s there. Watch movies on your device or just see who’s calling faster.

For a limited time, BlackBerry Cool readers get a $1.00 discount taking the price to $3.95.





To win a free MobileRiser, comment and tell us about the first mobile phone you ever owned.

  • Alex

    My first phone was a Nokia. Very big and heavy , but I used to take it with me everywhere,,,,it doens’t use GSM system, it used the system call TELELINE in SPAIN, with more signal in the high mountains, but without the capability to transfer data,

  • Peter

    The first cell I had was one of the large candy-bar Nokia’s in 1996 that I bought for my business. It was used heavily and luckily I could write it off as a business expense. It was one of the first “small” phones in this form factor. I remember the pull out antenna would get bent all the time. Being analog I had to charge it almost everyday. After having that phone for about 2 years, I had a digital Nokia, smaller in size and longer battery life. Shortly after getting that phone in 1998 I also started using one of the first data only BB, the 950, that was like a pager. It operated on the Cantel AT&T (Rogers) Mobitex network. It had 2MB of RAM and was powered by a single AA battery that lasted at least 2 weeks. Shortly after getting it, a text only web browser was released for it allowing you to read 4 lines of text at a time! I’ve had almost every model of BB since then.

  • Peter

    The first cell I had was one of the large candy-bar Nokia’s in 1996 that I bought for my business. It was used heavily and luckily I could write it off as a business expense. It was one of the first “small” phones in this form factor. I remember the pull out antenna would get bent all the time. Being analog I had to charge it almost everyday. After having that phone for about 2 years, I had a digital Nokia, smaller in size and longer battery life. Shortly after getting that phone in 1998 I also started using one of the first data only BB, the 950, that was like a pager. It operated on the Cantel AT&T (Rogers) Mobitex network. It had 2MB of RAM and was powered by a single AA battery that lasted at least 2 weeks. Shortly after getting it, a text only web browser was released for it allowing you to read 4 lines of text at a time! I’ve had almost every model of BB since then.

  • diffused

    My first cellphone was and is a BB Curve 8330. I have never had any cellphone, never learned computers,never an email, am over 50, so you can imagine what a feat it was for me. It has at times been frustrating (I understand wanting to throw it out the window) but also very rewarding, like when my husband says, “You just can’t do that on a Blackberry”. I was bound and determined and eventually would succeed beyond even my expectaions.I would love to have the little stand for my husbands 8830. His cardboard stand has been stolen!

  • diffused

    My first cellphone was and is a BB Curve 8330. I have never had any cellphone, never learned computers,never an email, am over 50, so you can imagine what a feat it was for me. It has at times been frustrating (I understand wanting to throw it out the window) but also very rewarding, like when my husband says, “You just can’t do that on a Blackberry”. I was bound and determined and eventually would succeed beyond even my expectaions.I would love to have the little stand for my husbands 8830. His cardboard stand has been stolen!

  • diffused

    My first cellphone was and is a BB Curve 8330. I have never had any cellphone, never learned computers,never an email, am over 50, so you can imagine what a feat it was for me. It has at times been frustrating (I understand wanting to throw it out the window) but also very rewarding, like when my husband says, “You just can’t do that on a Blackberry”. I was bound and determined and eventually would succeed beyond even my expectaions.I would love to have the little stand for my husbands 8830. His cardboard stand has been stolen!
    PS this is dbl posted cause I had entered a wrong email address. Please omit POST 5.

  • diffused

    My first cellphone was and is a BB Curve 8330. I have never had any cellphone, never learned computers,never an email, am over 50, so you can imagine what a feat it was for me. It has at times been frustrating (I understand wanting to throw it out the window) but also very rewarding, like when my husband says, “You just can’t do that on a Blackberry”. I was bound and determined and eventually would succeed beyond even my expectaions.I would love to have the little stand for my husbands 8830. His cardboard stand has been stolen!
    PS this is dbl posted cause I had entered a wrong email address. Please omit POST 5.

  • diffused

    My first cellphone was and is a BB Curve 8330. I have never had any cellphone, never learned computers,never an email, am over 50, so you can imagine what a feat it was for me. It has at times been frustrating (I understand wanting to throw it out the window) but also very rewarding, like when my husband says, “You just can’t do that on a Blackberry”. I was bound and determined and eventually would succeed beyond even my expectaions.I would love to have the little stand for my husbands 8830. His cardboard stand has been stolen!
    PS this is dbl posted cause I had entered a wrong email address. Please omit POST 5.

  • SANDY

    was a huge thing bigger than a shoe

  • SANDY

    was a huge thing bigger than a shoe

  • adamf

    I believe it was Siemens C35. Beautiful work of art! I think I will buy one of those just to keep for future generations…

  • adamf

    I believe it was Siemens C35. Beautiful work of art! I think I will buy one of those just to keep for future generations…

  • Geneva

    My first phone was 1 cent with a 2 year contract from verizon. It was a big and ugly flip phone. It had an atena on it that you had to pull up for a clear connection. It reminded me of a walkie talkie. I was happy to have a cell phone but I hated how it looked. That was my first and last ugly phone.

  • Geneva

    My first phone was 1 cent with a 2 year contract from verizon. It was a big and ugly flip phone. It had an atena on it that you had to pull up for a clear connection. It reminded me of a walkie talkie. I was happy to have a cell phone but I hated how it looked. That was my first and last ugly phone.

  • Geneva

    My first phone was 1 cent with a 2 year contract from verizon. It was a big and ugly flip phone. It had an atena on it that you had to pull up for a clear connection. It reminded me of a walkie talkie. I was happy to have a cell phone but I hated how it looked. That was my first and last ugly phone.

  • Shellie Seering

    My first phone was a pretty lame Nokia…I’m not super cell phone literate, but I’m trying.

  • Shellie Seering

    My first phone was a pretty lame Nokia…I’m not super cell phone literate, but I’m trying.

  • Heather S

    My first mobile phone was a Motorola flip phone and it was HUGE and made of plastic with this big antenna! A friend of mine gave it to me, it was horrible! Haha…

  • Heather S

    My first mobile phone was a Motorola flip phone and it was HUGE and made of plastic with this big antenna! A friend of mine gave it to me, it was horrible! Haha…

  • Anita M

    My first phone was a Nokia back in 1992ish. I was a single mom going back to college while my little ones were in nursery school. And even though I had a pager, I had to cross a big bridge to go to school and was scared to death of being stuck on the other side with no way to reach their school. So I sucked up the cost and and probably never even used minutes on it most months. They are still the biggest reason I have a cell. Texting to one in Europe and trading pictures of my grandson with the other!

  • Anita M

    My first phone was a Nokia back in 1992ish. I was a single mom going back to college while my little ones were in nursery school. And even though I had a pager, I had to cross a big bridge to go to school and was scared to death of being stuck on the other side with no way to reach their school. So I sucked up the cost and and probably never even used minutes on it most months. They are still the biggest reason I have a cell. Texting to one in Europe and trading pictures of my grandson with the other!

  • Palak Desai

    My first cell phone was the startac. It was the latest and hippes phone then.

  • Palak Desai

    My first cell phone was the startac. It was the latest and hippes phone then.

  • Palak Desai

    My first cell phone was the startac. It was the latest and hippes phone then.

  • John W

    Ahhhh….you always remember your first one! A “Walker Transpak” she was. Beauty in a 35 pound bag with a shoulder strap. Always willing to go everywhere and came at a cost of only $2500. Lead gel batteries and an optional suction cup mount antenna, what a babe! Used her for two years then the Motorola “Brick” caught my eye for only $900. Ahhhhh, the memories. Now look where we are today with a Blackberry 8820. Thanks, Boomer.

  • John W

    Ahhhh….you always remember your first one! A “Walker Transpak” she was. Beauty in a 35 pound bag with a shoulder strap. Always willing to go everywhere and came at a cost of only $2500. Lead gel batteries and an optional suction cup mount antenna, what a babe! Used her for two years then the Motorola “Brick” caught my eye for only $900. Ahhhhh, the memories. Now look where we are today with a Blackberry 8820. Thanks, Boomer.

  • adamqo

    Samsung C35. Lovely piece

  • adamqo

    Samsung C35. Lovely piece

  • demonio

    I’ll never forget my first phone, you know why? Because I paid a fortune for it, extended warranty and all. It was the Motorola StarTac 7797. $450 on a 2yr contract that thing cost me. I don’t know why in the world anyone would pay that much for such a garbage phone, but I did. Go figure. Not to mention the outrageous bills I got month after month for almost a year and a half till I decided to jump ship. Ah yes, good times…

  • demonio

    I’ll never forget my first phone, you know why? Because I paid a fortune for it, extended warranty and all. It was the Motorola StarTac 7797. $450 on a 2yr contract that thing cost me. I don’t know why in the world anyone would pay that much for such a garbage phone, but I did. Go figure. Not to mention the outrageous bills I got month after month for almost a year and a half till I decided to jump ship. Ah yes, good times…

  • http://blackberrycool elizabeth

    Hello Kyle! When would we know if we won the mobile riser?

  • elizabeth

    Hello Kyle! When would we know if we won the mobile riser?

  • Nicole

    The first cell phone I ever owned was an LG flip phone. I had these huge squishy buttons and and little screen, with no text messaging or anything. The phone was whack! But what else can you expect a twelve year old to bribe their parents to get?

  • Nicole

    The first cell phone I ever owned was an LG flip phone. I had these huge squishy buttons and and little screen, with no text messaging or anything. The phone was whack! But what else can you expect a twelve year old to bribe their parents to get?