Every trip home I make to visit my parents, the first thing I grab is my tablet for the train ride. With access to the LTE network, my tablet keeps me entertained and connected to stream live Toronto Blue Jays games, upload images on the trip and quickly edit work documents as needed. For those constantly on the move like myself, the more convenient and practical 4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook is now available at Rogers locations.
Keeping its compact 7” size, the 4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook runs on the new 2.0 OS with a 1.5” GHz dual-core processor, making it more efficient to multitask between listening to music and browsing the web. Staying on-top of messages is easier with a unified inbox and a contacts app that incorporates LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter updates. BlackBerry smartphone users can also use the new BlackBerry Bridge features that let the smartphone act as a keyboard and mouse with BBM accessible right on the PlayBook.
The 4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook comes in a 32GB model for $349.99 with select three-year agreements. For a limited time, we’ll waive activation fee and the device can be activated on a no-term Shared Data Device plan for just $2/month for the first 10 months (regularly $12/month).
The PlayBook joins the largest lineup of LTE devices at the fastest speeds* along with Canada’s first LTE rocket hub, Sony Xperia ion and many more. By the end of 2012, Rogers will be launching LTE in 28 more cities to cover 60 per cent of the Canadian population from Moncton, NB to Victoria, BC.
Are you excited for the new 4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook?
Katie is a regular contributor to RedBoard
*Within Rogers LTE network footprint. Based on tests comparing data throughput speeds and on geographic coverage area comparison (in square kilometers) to Bell and Telus’ LTE networks. See www.rogers.com/coverage for full details on Rogers LTE network coverage.
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