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Yoigo introduces BlackBerry offering in Spain

Includes smartphones, software and services from RIM

By CBR Staff Writer

Spanish mobile operator Yoigo has introduced BlackBerry offering for its customers in Spain.

The offering combines BlackBerry smartphones, software and services to allow wireless access to email, phone, organiser, Web, multimedia and other business and lifestyle applications, said BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM).

In addition, Yoigo has said that it would offer BlackBerry Internet Service for all its clients.

BlackBerry Internet Service provides users with access to the Internet, up to 10 supported corporate and personal email accounts, BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) and popular social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.

It also provides access to mobile applications on BlackBerry App World.

Yoigo is offering the BlackBerry Torch, BlackBerry Curve 3G and BlackBerry Curve 8520smartphones, as a part of the offering.

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The company said that the BlackBerry service will be available without registration or monthly fees for all customers who have a data plan.

TeliaSonera, a telecoms operator in the Nordic and Baltic region, owns a 76.6% share of Yoigo, alongside ACS, the construction and services group, with a 17% stake, FCC, with 3.4%, and Telvent, with 3%.

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