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.

  • Kevin

    I had a car phone that could not be removed from the car. It was mobile in that it was outside the home, but it was corded, and had a power pack, like the first wireless phones. I believe it was an AT&T phone.

  • Kevin

    I had a car phone that could not be removed from the car. It was mobile in that it was outside the home, but it was corded, and had a power pack, like the first wireless phones. I believe it was an AT&T phone.

  • kmorriss

    My 1st mobile phone was actually a bag phone for the car. The 1st truly mobile phone I owned was the original big chunky Nokia.

  • kmorriss

    My 1st mobile phone was actually a bag phone for the car. The 1st truly mobile phone I owned was the original big chunky Nokia.

  • Bill Andrews

    The first cell phone I had was installed in my Lincoln Town car; I forget the cell provider, all I know they were large but aborbed by one of the current giants. To get it set up, the cell phone tech girl had to come to my house! Suprisingly, it had good reception but was very expensive to operate!!!

  • Bill Andrews

    The first cell phone I had was installed in my Lincoln Town car; I forget the cell provider, all I know they were large but aborbed by one of the current giants. To get it set up, the cell phone tech girl had to come to my house! Suprisingly, it had good reception but was very expensive to operate!!!

  • Bill Andrews

    The first cell phone I had was installed in my Lincoln Town car; I forget the cell provider, all I know they were large but aborbed by one of the current giants. To get it set up, the cell phone tech girl had to come to my house! Suprisingly, it had good reception but was very expensive to operate!!!

  • Bill Andrews

    The first cell phone I had was installed in my Lincoln Town car; I forget the cell provider, all I know they were large but aborbed by one of the current giants. To get it set up, the cell phone tech girl had to come to my house! Suprisingly, it had good reception but was very expensive to operate!!!

  • Bill Andrews

    The first cell phone I had was installed in my Lincoln Town car; I forget the cell provider, all I know they were large but aborbed by one of the current giants. To get it set up, the cell phone tech girl had to come to my house! Suprisingly, it had good reception but was very expensive to operate!!!

  • Bill Andrews

    The first cell phone I had was installed in my Lincoln Town car; I forget the cell provider, all I know they were large but aborbed by one of the current giants. To get it set up, the cell phone tech girl had to come to my house! Suprisingly, it had good reception but was very expensive to operate!!!

  • Bill Andrews

    The first cell phone I had was installed in my Lincoln Town car; I forget the cell provider, all I know they were large but aborbed by one of the current giants. To get it set up, the cell phone tech girl had to come to my house! Suprisingly, it had good reception but was very expensive to operate!!!

  • Paul

    My first phone was a Motorola StarTac… loved how small they were. Not that they got much smaller after that anyway.

  • Paul

    My first phone was a Motorola StarTac… loved how small they were. Not that they got much smaller after that anyway.

  • Paul

    My first phone was a Motorola StarTac… loved how small they were. Not that they got much smaller after that anyway.

  • 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!

  • http://www.pimpmyberry.com/ Brian Collins

    My first phone was a Nokia 8290…a great little phone

  • http://www.pimpmyberry.com Brian Collins

    My first phone was a Nokia 8290…a great little phone

  • Matt

    My first phone was the Telus Motorola Flip, 1995-1996 era… Cost about $5 for every call you made back then!

  • Matt

    My first phone was the Telus Motorola Flip, 1995-1996 era… Cost about $5 for every call you made back then!

  • http://www.bb.3mtb.com/ amusic

    That would be StarTak (if I got the name right).
    That was one awesome cell phone when it came out.

  • http://www.bb.3mtb.com amusic

    That would be StarTak (if I got the name right).
    That was one awesome cell phone when it came out.

  • elizabeth

    My first cell phone was back in 1998. It was a nokia with GTE! I was so proud of myself being able to afford one! I was still in school at that time. I had the phone with me 24/7! It didn’t have the capiblity for the internet yet. But I received phone calls awhile on the go!when I was playing a tennis match, I still place it in my pocket! I didn’t get caught for that!
    Just loved my first phone!

  • http://blackberrycool elizabeth

    My first cell phone was back in 1998. It was a nokia with GTE! I was so proud of myself being able to afford one! I was still in school at that time. I had the phone with me 24/7! It didn’t have the capiblity for the internet yet. But I received phone calls awhile on the go!when I was playing a tennis match, I still place it in my pocket! I didn’t get caught for that!
    Just loved my first phone!

  • psycada

    I got my first phone in 1999 when I started college. Sprint had just started family plans and my mom and I each got one so we could keep in touch during the day. She was going to school in town on another campus and I had the car, so I had to be be reachable. The phone is the only one I ever had that used 4 digit dialing. I feature I loved. All I had to do was dial the last four numbers of any number in my address book, and it would dial. I’m a geek, and I remember most numbers anyways and it was always easier and quicker than opening the address book. I have never seen that feature since.

    ps. I dropped this phone in the road in a snow storm and ran over it as I drove away. Two hours later I realized what happened, went back and found the phone in a pile of slush all beat up. I brought it home dried it out and it still worked. They really don’t make ‘em like they used to.

  • psycada

    I got my first phone in 1999 when I started college. Sprint had just started family plans and my mom and I each got one so we could keep in touch during the day. She was going to school in town on another campus and I had the car, so I had to be be reachable. The phone is the only one I ever had that used 4 digit dialing. I feature I loved. All I had to do was dial the last four numbers of any number in my address book, and it would dial. I’m a geek, and I remember most numbers anyways and it was always easier and quicker than opening the address book. I have never seen that feature since.

    ps. I dropped this phone in the road in a snow storm and ran over it as I drove away. Two hours later I realized what happened, went back and found the phone in a pile of slush all beat up. I brought it home dried it out and it still worked. They really don’t make ‘em like they used to.

  • Bob Johanns

    My first “cell” phone was a Oki bag phone back in 1992 I believe. I had 30 precious minutes per month and paid about $50/month. I was quite high tech back then!!
    Bob

  • Bob Johanns

    My first “cell” phone was a Oki bag phone back in 1992 I believe. I had 30 precious minutes per month and paid about $50/month. I was quite high tech back then!!
    Bob

  • Bob Johanns

    My first “cell” phone was a Oki bag phone back in 1992 I believe. I had 30 precious minutes per month and paid about $50/month. I was quite high tech back then!!
    Bob

  • Steve

    My first ever phone was a sony ericsson t300. I still hv it and use it to this day when I need an expendable phone (good thing it hasn’t broken yet!). 128×96 display 256 colors, all awesome!

  • Steve

    My first ever phone was a sony ericsson t300. I still hv it and use it to this day when I need an expendable phone (good thing it hasn’t broken yet!). 128×96 display 256 colors, all awesome!

  • Anthony

    My first cellphone was a motorola “bagphone”. It was a “hoot”. Iwas so relievedd when handhelds were released that I probably was one of the first to get one.

  • Anthony

    My first cellphone was a motorola “bagphone”. It was a “hoot”. Iwas so relievedd when handhelds were released that I probably was one of the first to get one.

  • http://www.jameskoopmann.com/ james

    think i was 5yr old. you know the kind: a string and two soup cans. how we use to dream of un-tethered communication.

  • http://www.jameskoopmann.com james

    think i was 5yr old. you know the kind: a string and two soup cans. how we use to dream of un-tethered communication.

  • Pat

    My first was a prepaid Philips phone – can’t remember the model, and my first pda was a Toshiba. Now, my BB Curve can do it all! A stand sure would be helpful, though.

  • Pat

    My first was a prepaid Philips phone – can’t remember the model, and my first pda was a Toshiba. Now, my BB Curve can do it all! A stand sure would be helpful, though.

  • Denise Davis

    My very first phone was the 7100T Blackberry and it was love at first. I will never own anything else but a Blackberry. Once you go Blackberry you never go backberry!

  • Denise Davis

    My very first phone was the 7100T Blackberry and it was love at first. I will never own anything else but a Blackberry. Once you go Blackberry you never go backberry!

  • http://tombofdoom.blogspot.com/ grant

    I had the first nokia phone that had interchangeable faceplates. I would share it with my bro and sis and when it was our turn to use it we would put our own cover on it so it felt like our own phone. The number used I still use to this day so I have had it for 13 yrs. Memories

  • http://tombofdoom.blogspot.com grant

    I had the first nokia phone that had interchangeable faceplates. I would share it with my bro and sis and when it was our turn to use it we would put our own cover on it so it felt like our own phone. The number used I still use to this day so I have had it for 13 yrs. Memories

  • Roseann

    My first one was a bag phone,back in 1995, and it was on 360, which then became Altell. It was huge, and quiet and although it said you could take it with you, wherever, it didn’t hold a charge long enough to go anywhere by right inside to plug it back in.

  • Roseann

    My first one was a bag phone,back in 1995, and it was on 360, which then became Altell. It was huge, and quiet and although it said you could take it with you, wherever, it didn’t hold a charge long enough to go anywhere by right inside to plug it back in.

  • Roseann

    My first one was a bag phone,back in 1995, and it was on 360, which then became Altell. It was huge, and quiet and although it said you could take it with you, wherever, it didn’t hold a charge long enough to go anywhere by right inside to plug it back in.

  • wahtx

    My First cellphone was a Motorola. I (and everyone else I knew) called it a brick phone. It was huge! It was beige, had a stiff, thick antenna…It fit nicely in a briefcase (if you didn’t have much in there!). I used it during my stint of working in refineries because it was considered an intrinsically safe phone. Service was expensive…something like $50 per month and then there were the per minute charges…Peak, off peak and so forth! Certainly not as affordable as right now!

  • wahtx

    My First cellphone was a Motorola. I (and everyone else I knew) called it a brick phone. It was huge! It was beige, had a stiff, thick antenna…It fit nicely in a briefcase (if you didn’t have much in there!). I used it during my stint of working in refineries because it was considered an intrinsically safe phone. Service was expensive…something like $50 per month and then there were the per minute charges…Peak, off peak and so forth! Certainly not as affordable as right now!

  • wahtx

    My First cellphone was a Motorola. I (and everyone else I knew) called it a brick phone. It was huge! It was beige, had a stiff, thick antenna…It fit nicely in a briefcase (if you didn’t have much in there!). I used it during my stint of working in refineries because it was considered an intrinsically safe phone. Service was expensive…something like $50 per month and then there were the per minute charges…Peak, off peak and so forth! Certainly not as affordable as right now!

  • wahtx

    My First cellphone was a Motorola. I (and everyone else I knew) called it a brick phone. It was huge! It was beige, had a stiff, thick antenna…It fit nicely in a briefcase (if you didn’t have much in there!). I used it during my stint of working in refineries because it was considered an intrinsically safe phone. Service was expensive…something like $50 per month and then there were the per minute charges…Peak, off peak and so forth! Certainly not as affordable as right now!

  • wahtx

    My First cellphone was a Motorola. I (and everyone else I knew) called it a brick phone. It was huge! It was beige, had a stiff, thick antenna…It fit nicely in a briefcase (if you didn’t have much in there!). I used it during my stint of working in refineries because it was considered an intrinsically safe phone. Service was expensive…something like $50 per month and then there were the per minute charges…Peak, off peak and so forth! Certainly not as affordable as right now!

  • 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,