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Swap, switch, and win with Blackberry

BlackBerry brings its campaign to more malls around the metro


MANILA, Philippines—It is now easier to join the BlackBerry Barkada as BlackBerry® offers its latest smartphones to Filipinos around the country through the Swap, Switch, and Win campaign.

Until September 1, proceed to any of the four BlackBerry stores located at the Cyberzone of SM Mega Mall, SM North EDSA, SM Sta. Rosa and SM Pampanga to swap a working or non-working mobile phone, switch to a brand-new BlackBerry smartphone, and take home discount coupons from Zalora and enter a draw for a chance to win the All-New Ford Focus 1.6L PS 4DR Sedan or one of three BlackBerry Z10 smartphones.

BlackBerry will also be bringing the fun to four more malls around the metro with the BlackBerry Mall Caravans from August 2 – 4 at the Alabang Town Center, Activity Center.  For those who cannot make it that weekend, be sure to drop by to Swap, Switch, and Win with BlackBerry from August 17 – 18 at Festival Supermall, Level 2 Carousel Court; from August 24 – 25 at Glorietta 1, Ground Floor (near SM Makati); and, from August 30 – September 1 at the Robinsons Place Manila, Center Atrium.

First making its way to the SM Mall of Asia, the BlackBerry Mall Caravan was launched with a ribbon cutting event led by Kristian Salvo, Senior Business Manager for BlackBerry in the Philippines, and Patty Dimaano, Brand Manager for Ford Philippines.

Those interested in being part of the BlackBerry Barkada can simply bring their working or non-working mobile phone to any BlackBerry Mall Caravan or participating store.  The mobile phone to be traded in does not need to come with its box or original accessories, nor does it need to be under any warranty.  It will be evaluated for its fair market value then this will be deducted from the cost of the BlackBerry smartphone they wish to purchase at the store.  Depending on the model they choose, they can also enjoy additional privileges and save even more.

  • Get the BlackBerry Q10 smartphone, the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone to feature a classic BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard, at PHP 31,990 less the trade-in value of the swapped mobile phone.
  • Own the first all-touch smartphone to be powered by BlackBerry 10, the sleek BlackBerry Z10, at PHP 29,990 less PHP 2,000 and the trade-in value of the swapped mobile phone.
  • Have the compact and sleek BlackBerry® CurveTM 9320 at PHP 8,990 less PHP 1,000 and the trade-in value of the swapped mobile phone.
  • Enjoy the easy to use and affordable BlackBerry® CurveTM 9220 at PHP 6,990 less PHP 1,000 and the trade-in value of the swapped mobile phone

Customers may also visit one of over 300 participating stores around the country to swap and switch their working and non-working mobile phones for a brand-new BlackBerry smartphone.

All BlackBerry smartphones sold at BlackBerry stores, BlackBerry Mall Caravans and other participating stores come with a 24-month warranty.

Swap, Switch, and Win with BlackBerryPH on Facebook

Check out the Swap and Switch page at www.facebook.com/BlackBerryPH to find a list of participating stores, estimate the trade-in value of your mobile phone, and learn more about the latest BlackBerry smartphones.

To learn more about the Swap, Switch, and Win campaign as well as the latest BlackBerry programs and offers, log on to www.facebook.com/BlackBerryPH or follow @BlackBerryPH on Twitter.


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