Sun Cellular offers free BlackBerry Curve 8520 | Inquirer Technology

Sun Cellular offers free BlackBerry Curve 8520

/ 10:49 AM June 28, 2012

MANILA, Philippines – What better way to treat yourself this month’s end than to avail of Sun Cellular’s latest postpaid promo?

Get a free BlackBerry Curve 8520 when you apply for a Sun Plan 350. Subscribe to BBM Add-on Plan 99 with a lock-in period of 30 months and get a free smartphone easily!

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With Sun Plan 350 plus BBM Add-On, enjoy unlimited Sun calls, unlimited Sun texts, and unlimited BBM.

So get a free smartphone today! This promo runs until June 30 or until supplies last.

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Promo is available at the following selected The Sun Shops: SM City North Edsa, Ayala Center Cebu, Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Place Manila, SM City Cebu, Trinoma, SM City San Lazaro, Park Square Makati, SM Megamall Cyberzone, SM Mall of Asia, SM Marilao, Robsinsons Starmills Pampanga, Gaisano Davao, Robinsons Lipa, Robinsons Sta. Rosa, SM City Baliwag, SM Clark, Nepo Mall Dagupan, SM Baguio, SM Bacolod, Robinsons Iloilo, Robinsons Cagayan de Oro, and SM Lucena.

For more information about other Sun Cellular promos and postpaid plans, visit The Sun Shop branch nearest you or www.suncellular.com.ph. Visit Facebook page /suncellularph. Follow @suncelltweets on Twitter. (advt)

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TOPICS: BlackBerry Curve 8520, Sun Cellular, technology, Telecommunications
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