Rogers BlackBerry Curve 8520 Employee Training Started - Launch Early October!

By Leo Garcia on 22 Sep 2009 03:38 pm EDT
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Rogers BlackBerry Curve 8520 Arriving In October!

We've known for a while now the BlackBerry Curve 8520 will be coming to Rogers and today we got some more information regarding its official launch time frame. An email went out to some Rogers employees today declaring the Curve 8520 is indeed coming and that all employees were to login to their training systems and get fully trained up on the device itself.

BlackBerry Curve 8520 Smartphone

The National Sales & Service Training team is very excited to announce the launch of the new BlackBerry 8520 Smartphone E-Learning training program now available on Rogers FastTrack.
The 8520 BlackBerry Curve has great new features that will help you stay connected both professional and socially. The dedicated media keys, track pad technology, media sharing apps and sleek new design will satisfy any customer. This short e-learning module will demonstrate the features of the BlackBerry Curve as well as help you qualify your customer.
Now come and learn how to position the BlackBerry Curve 8520 as a solution for your customers need.

You can expect the Rogers BlackBerry Curve 8520 to launch the first week of October, but of course I'm guessing if you're reading this and on Rogers you're more than likely holding out for the BlackBerry 9700 which should hopefully launch shortly after.

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Rogers BlackBerry Curve 8520 Employee Training Started - Launch Early October!

8 Comments

Aside from the storm, If you've owned any of the last 5 blackberry models released, I don't think you need training lol, THEY'RE ALL THE SAME!

The first two nubs are nubs...

No one is really interested in the 8520 anyways at this point, it was looking good until we got the specs...it's a fail at this point.

I am on telus. I was wondering if there has been any word if telus is getting this phone yet or not. I really like my 8330 so i think it would be great to see what this has to offer. Also any word on the 9700 getting released by telus. thanks for the info.