Airtel Nigeria: Blackberry Prices And Internet Plans

Airtel Nigeria Blackberry Prices and Blackberry Internet Subscription rates is analysed below.


BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) is an easy to use service from Airtel Nigeria.
Currently available to Post-paid subscribers only.
·         Access up to 10 personal or corporate existing e-mail accounts such as Yahoo! Mail*, Google Gmail*, Hotmail* or any other POP3/IMAP-based email account from a single BlackBerry handheld
·         Real time push email delivery of your emails to your BlackBerry
·         Easy setup of your email accounts, directly on your Blackberry or on their web site
·         In addition, a free Blackberry email account, just for you - your
·         Use your Blackberry from Airtel Nigeria around the world (see our Data Roaming countries)
·         Full Technical Support provided by Airtel Nigeria
BlackBerry Internet Service devices and costs
Blackberry Device
8520 - GEMINI
9000 – BOLD1
9700 – BOLD2
9520 – STORM2

Service Plan
Validity Period
Data Bundle*
Activation Code
24 hours
N 200
sms “BISDAY”
to short code 440
7 days
N 1,000
to short code 440
1 month
N 3,000
to short code 440
* Fair usage applies
* Additional data within Nigeria (outside of service plan) - 15 kobo / KB
* Additional data outside Nigeria (roaming) will attract standard roaming fees

BlackBerry Internet Service details

·         Real time push email delivery of your messages
·         Automatically checks for new e-mails every 2 - 15* minutes and delivers new messages to your BlackBerry Handheld
·         View attachments including pictures, web content, Adobe PDF, Microsoft Work Excel and Power Point documents
·         Internet and WAP Browsing including (5MB of data included per month)
·         12-month license for IM+ Instant Messaging application
·         BlackBerry Messenger and Google Talk instant messaging services including one-click download
·         One click access to BlackBerry HELP! For quick, up to date device and service tips and tricks
·         Instant access to your BIS account administration page via "Email Settings" icon
With BlackBerry Internet Service you can
·         Manage up to 10 separate e-mail accounts
·         Create e-mail filters and define which messages are sent to your handheld based on key words and message fields such as 'sent from', subject and priority level
·         Specify a 'sent from' e-mail address so any messages you send will appear to be sent from this address
·         Import address book contacts to the BlackBerry Internet Service
·         Wireless e-mail reconciliation - messages moved or deleted from your handheld will automatically be moved to the appropriate folder on the BlackBerry Internet Service / moved to the Deleted Items folder wirelessly - no synching up required.
SPAM and BlackBerry Internet Service
BlackBerry Internet Services features basic anti-SPAM filtering to help reduce, but not eliminate, unwanted junk email for the optional email account. BlackBerry Internet Service will not filter any SPAM email from your integrated POP3/IMAP email accounts such as Rogers Yahoo!, Yahoo! Mail, Google Gmail, MSN, and Hotmail. You will need to configure your anti-SPAM settings for these services. For details about anti-spam features on these and other email services, please contact your email provider. They may be able to assist you in configuring your email accounts to reduce unwanted SPAM email which will not be delivered to your BlackBerry.
Note: If your company is currently using Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino or Novell GroupWise with the BlackBerry Enterprise Server and you would like to use your BlackBerry Internet Service with your corporate e-mail please contact your company I.T. Help desk.
* You may need to contact your email provider to determine if they support POP3 access and Mail Forwarding
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