XL Supports "BlackBerry" Present at Nokia

Black Berry phones - Talking about smart phones in Indonesia, only two brands that are always mentioned and discussed exclaimed, namely Nokia and BlackBerry. Then, the iPhone and Android phone number lately.

However, high market interest for the BlackBerry today can not be denied. Pushmail services, e-mail compression, up to the BlackBerry Messenger on Research In Motion's device has a special attraction for users.

In fact, Nokia had also been a similar service brings the BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) since two years ago, namely through the OVI mail and OVI chat. However, for relatively more expensive tariff if its use is active.

Therefore, PT XL Axiata Tbk present Packs Nokia Messaging. According to its name, this service applies to any type of Nokia phone users. Chat service that can be accessed customers including Yahoo Messenger, MSN Messenger, and Gtalk.

"To push mail, customers can access to Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail, and OVI Mail. Here, customers can use up to 10 email accounts. To social media that can be accessed is the Facebook and Twitter," said Head of Marketing Mobile Data XL Services, Budi Harjono, in Jakarta, Tuesday, June 1, 2010.

How to get a Nokia Messaging service is XL customers can access via *123# and select Internet & Packs Nokia Blackberry and select Messaging.

"Previously, customers should make sure first XL GPRS service is active in a way to send SMS to 9667," said Budi. Meanwhile, a way to unsubscribe is to access the *123 #or send an SMS to 868 type UNREG.

Please note, XL Nokia Messaging service is not applicable to customers who already subscribe to the Blackberry package or Volume-Based Internet package.

Speaking fee, subscription fee is charged at rates much as you like for email, chat and social networking. Meanwhile, for browsing to Internet customers will be charged at the base volume, which consists of packages daily, weekly, and monthly.

"For tariff packages daily, while there are two packages, ie 500 per day during the promo period until June 30, 2010, and Rp 2,000 per day for regular daily packages, including 1MB free to browse the Internet, said Budi.

In addition to the daily package, XL also provides a weekly package Rp.10.000 per seven-day fare, plus free browsing 5Mb. Meanwhile, the monthly package tariff is Rp 30,000 for 30 days, including complimentary internet up to 15MB.

For any excess on each packet of data access, according to Budi, also will be charged at USD 3/KB. "At this service, the policy applies Fair Usage Policy (FUP), in which the FUP will change the speed of 3.6 Mbps (shared) to 64 kbps after exceeding the quota," he said.

In the first quarter-2010, XL disclose the amount of GPRS users in the network reaches Rp12, 4 million with ARPU (average revenue per user) of approximately Rp. 35 000. (Art)
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Write by: RC - Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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