Sun Cellular unveils new postpaid plan for BlackBerry Z10

Prepare to change the way you use your smartphone as Sun Cellular finally brings the much-anticipated BlackBerry Z10 to customers, offering it under the best-value plan for BlackBerry Z10 in the country - Sun Plan 1799.

What could be a better deal today than getting your your BlackBerry Z10 with the best-value plan? No fuss, simply go to any Sun Shop branch nationwide!

The new BlackBerry Z10 is the first BlackBerry smartphone to launch with the re-designed, re-engineered and re-invented BlackBerry 10 platform, giving customers a powerful and unique new mobile computing experience.

The BlackBerry Z10 smartphone is the fastest and most advanced BlackBerry smartphone yet, and offers a smarter experience that continuously adapts to you. It is now one of the hot-selling smartphones in the market today.

With a full touchscreen keyboard, the BlackBerry Z10 redefines the whole typing experience by learning what words you use and how you use them, then offering them up to you so you can type faster and more accurately.

Meanwhile, multitaskers will find the BlackBerry Z10 as the perfect tool for accomplishing things in a smarter and more efficient way.

BlackBerry Flow enables features and apps to flow seamlessly together, helping you complete the task at hand effortlessly and efficiently. For example, you can tap on an attendee listed for a meeting to see their latest tweet or you can peek at any incoming messages by performing a one finger swipe to the left.

Alternatively, customers will have no difficulty managing all their conversations in one place with the BlackBerry Hub.

Through BlackBerry Hub, all messages generated by e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, instant messaging and LinkedIn accounts are automatically consolidated into a single inbox.

Another entirely new BlackBerry experience is the BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) Video with Screen Share.

With just a single tap on the screen, one can instantly switch from BBM chat to video conversation.

This feature can also be utilized to share files with your friends and co-workers including documents, photos and videos.

For picture-perfect photos every time, the BlackBerry Z10 is equipped with Time Shift, an astonishing camera feature that lets you capture a group shot where everyone is smiling with their eyes wide open.

Another fun feature on BlackBerry Z10 is Story Maker, which lets you bring a collection of photos and videos together, along with music and effects, to produce an HD movie that you can instantly share.

For only P1799 a month, customers can already own this much-desired BlackBerry Z10 through Sun Plan 1500 plus P299 monthly cash out.

With Sun Plan 1500, subscribers can already get unlimited Sun calls & texts, unlimited mobile internet, unlimited BBM, unlimited local landline calls, 250 free SMS to other networks and 60 free IDD minutes to top 10 countries, thus creating the ultimate BlackBerry postpaid package for businessmen and smartphone aficionados alike.

So get your BlackBerry Z10 with the best-value plan today! For more information, visit www.suncellular.com.ph or Facebook page www.facebook.com/SunBlackBerry. Follow @suncelldeals on Twitter.

Know that the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone is the fastest and most advanced BlackBerry smartphone yet, and be aware that Sun Cellular taking things to the next level. Choose from P1799 a month to own the Z10 through Sun Plan 1500 plus P299 monthly cash out; plus unlimited Sun calls & texts, unlimited mobile internet, unlimited BBM, unlimited local landline calls, 250 free SMS to other

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