Reliance Mobile has finally accepted competition and has introduced the pocket friendly, BlackBerry E-Lite plan which offers unlimited access to email and instant messaging (IM) on BlackBerry smartphones for a monthly cost of Rs. 299. Airtel and Vodafone already offer similar plans costing the same. For a complete list of BlackBerry plans and our review, click here
RCom signed up a deal recently with HTC to sell the CDMA version of the Touch Diamond (P3051) phone. It might be good news for some people but with the price tag it carries, it surely is way out of budget for majority of the RCom users. They are selling it for freakin 40K or Rs. 39,900 to be precise. Agreed its got all the goodness of TouchFLO 3D on a 2.8-inch VGA screen, 4GB memory, Windows 6.1 OS, 3.2-megapixel camera and much more but paying 13K premium over the GSM version of Airtel doesn’t look justified to me. Ok, you argue that CDMA radio gives good voice clarity and better data rate transfers but paying 13K more for that is not a viable decision for me. Don’t you think?