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Plastic Mobile Launches Redesigned AIR MILES App for iOS and Android


Plastic Mobile is an agency specializing in mobile based in Toronto and New York. The company has recently launched a new AIR MILES app that takes many elements of foursquare, including checking-in to businesses, and builds an AIR MILES points earning and spending experience on top. AIR MILES has been around for some time now and the whole program has been in need of a mobile campaign like this for some time. While the checkin space is a little exhausting, it does seem to align well with AIR MILES. What we don’t see in the app, is some features around the flying experience.
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AIR MILES Reward Program App Now Available for Canadians


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The AIR MILES Reward Program app is available to Canadians via App World and it has some decent features built around a nice user interface (looks a lot like Foursquare). The AIR MILES app uses your location to find Sponsors in your area as well as gets you the latest news on AIR MILES bonus offers.
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Earn 4,000 Delta SkyMiles with your next BlackBerry



Simplexity, an online seller of cell phones and wireless service plans, today announced the launch of a new opportunity for Delta SkyMiles members to earn thousands of miles towards award ticket travel when they purchase and activate a new BlackBerry.

With this new offer, SkyMiles members will earn 4,000 miles when they purchase a new BlackBerry, along with a new or extended wireless plan. SkyMiles members may select from a wide range of BlackBerrys available from all major wireless carriers.

For more info, go to the cellstores site here.


Canadians get 200 Air Miles with their next BlackBerry


Air MilesNot like you need any more reasons to pick up a BlackBerry Bold when it comes out, but until July 26th., Canadians activating a new BlackBerry will also be entitled to 200 Air Miles, or 500 if you’re getting two devices. Sweet deal! My mum’s taken three trips to Australia from Air Miles alone, so clearly every little bit adds up. Even if you’re not willing to shell out the clams for a BlackBerry 9000, no doubt plenty of other devices will be going on the cheap as a result of the launch. Heck, I hear the BlackBerry 8100 is going for free on Rogers, so why not get 200 Air Miles along with it?