LIME launches new BlackBerry Q5 in Saint Lucia!

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BlackBerry Q5 from LIME comes in a range of exciting colours!

LIME and BlackBerry® (BB) (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB) today announced the new BlackBerry Q5 smartphone is now available in Saint Lucia.

The Q5 features a QWERTY keyboard in a stunning youthful design and comes pre-loaded with the new BlackBerry 10.1 software.

Every feature, every part of the BlackBerry Q5 has been built to provide a fast, effortless experience that flows and moves with you to help you explore, create, and share while on the go.

As part of the BlackBerry 10 experience, the new BlackBerry Q5 smartphone offers a powerful and unique mobile computing experience that continuously adapts to your needs.

Features and apps work seamlessly together, allowing your every move to flow into the next. Highlights of the BlackBerry Q5 include the BlackBerry® Hub which lets you stay close to what’s important to you without stopping what you’re working on.

BlackBerry Time Shift helps you create the perfect short every time and with BBM Video with Screen Share, you can instantly switch your BBM™ (BlackBerry® Messenger) chat to a BBM Video conversation and catch up face-to-face. Visit the BlackBerry® World™ storefront and discover the more than 120,000 apps available to you. The all-new BlackBerry Q5 gives you the best of everything.

The latest handset from BlackBerry works best on the LIME 4G network, the fastest mobile data network in Saint Lucia. LIME, the Caribbean’s leading communications provider, was the first to launch 4G mobile data in Saint Lucia in July of this year, and the company’s customers will be able to enjoy all the capabilities of the Q5.

Pricing and Availability

The new BlackBerry Q5 smartphone is available online and LIME retail stores for an introductory price of $1099. For more information on LIME products and services, visit lime.com.

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3 comments

  1. Blackberry is dead…company is bankrupt….St.Lucia must be the only country in the world still using BB…choops…

  2. it will stay in de display cabinet,,how much.better i buy some plywood instead..
    just sooo…..

  3. not worth my money at all…..chupz..

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