Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Q10 BB pre-order starting today, Do you interested?

BlackBerry Q10 pre order starts today, Wednesday (5/6). Four operators in Indonesia, Telkomsel, Indosat, XL and Axis attract buyers ready to buy the phones brothers Z10.

Telkomsel, as one of the four operators who participated in the pre-order is prepared thousands of units of the Z10 twin phones.

"We've got 5,000 units of BlackBerry Q10," said Arief Pradetya, Division Head Device Bundling and Customization Strategy Telkomsel to KONTAN in Bandung, Tuesday (4/6).

Pre orders itself will be done by the 25th of June. For the product itself will be available in the retail market on June 27. The price will be priced the largest operator in Indonesia for BlackBerry Q10 will not vary with the price set at $ 7.499 BlackBerry itself million per unit. However, there will be promos provided by Telkomsel.

In contrast to Telkomsel, Axis offers a much lower price than the original price. Operator with 17 million subscribers, offers early booking promo for Rp 6.699 million per unit. Axis will open pre-orders until June 16 via 838 telephone service.

In contrast to Telkomsel and Axis are already reveal strategies wares, XL still reluctant to give out more about the readiness of units to be supplied.

"Later we will announce. Certainly, we will open the pre order tomorrow (today)," said Henry Vitello, Manager Corporate Communication XL to KONTAN.

Information only, Q10 Blackberry is a smartphone with a qwerty keyboard that characterizes the BlackBerry since the first. With a touch screen measuring 3.1 inch super amoled, this phone dibesut 1.5 GHz dual core processor and 2GB of RAM.

Interestingly, when the twin Q10 Z10 priced at Rp 6.999 million per unit, Q10 is priced higher at $ 7.499 million per unit.

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The black market in Burma's Coca Cola ends

BURMA. Soft drink company Coca-Cola bottling plant set up in Burma and pledged to invest U.S. $ 200 million over the next five years.
Coca Cola factory is located in Hmawbi, a suburb of Rangoon and was unveiled by the company boss Muhtar Kent and former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, on Tuesday (4/6).

"We are pleased to be part of the historic occasion when we restore the Coca Cola factory to this beautiful country after more than 60 years," said Muhtar Kent.

Coca-Cola said the construction of the plant was part of the investment in Burma which is expected to create 2,500 direct jobs.

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Coca Cola and the local bottling company, Pinya, as a whole will open up to 20,000 jobs in the country.

Coca-Cola was recorded as one of the American companies investing in Burma following the lifting of economic sanctions.

The sanctions were lifted after the Burmese government to take a series of political and economic reforms two years ago.

Coca-Cola disconnects official business in Burma in 1988 after the military government crushed pro-democracy upheaval.

But Coca Cola still circulating on the black market at that time. Traders reported that soft drinks imported from neighboring countries.

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