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Mobile firms partner to offer increased value and security

Scancom and Voxsmart are partnering to help BlackBerry smartphone users save money and protect themselves on voice calling.

Scancom wins T-Mobile award for highest data attachment rate, and Business Partner Status has been awarded T-Mobile's prestigious award for highest data attachment rate by T-Mobile's independent dealer channel. And Scancom begins selling the new BlackBerry Curve 8900 in-store from today.

Rev2 Networks to Support Athletes at SkiTAM and Global Events

Rev2 Networks has announced its support of “No Excuses Unlimited” by providing a grant that will help pay for equipment and operating needs of the United States Disabled Ski Team (USDST). awarded prestigious T-Mobile BlackBerry Business Partner status

Scancom based In Leicester (UK) has expanded its reach today with the announcement that it has received full BlackBerry Business partner status with T-Mobile.

Scancom opens second BlackBerry Centre, in Scotland

Following on from the launch of the BlackBerry Centre at Scancom’s HQ in Leicester, Scancom now open their second dedicated BlackBerry Centre in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Leicester-based wins Fila contract for BlackBerry

Fila (the 5th largest world-wide Sportswear Manufacturer) chooses for BlackBerry deployment...

Scancom sees record orders for Bold amidst UK BlackBerry drought

Scancom (, operator of the UK's only dedicated BlackBerry store, is reporting record sales as major phone providers, including Vodafone, put customers on waiting lists for the new BlackBerry(R) Bold(TM) smartphone.

SecPoint provides Wi-Fi security with the Penetrator

Danish IT security enterprise SecPoint ( has made life miserable for hackers all over the world, winning an award for its pioneering Penetrator...

UK’s first dedicated BlackBerry Centre opens

Scancom ( are an Orange business specialist partner and BlackBerry® Alliance Member, and are proud to launch the first dedicated BlackBerry store in the UK.

Book tours go virtual to grab readers

In an effort to get more Americans reading again, authors are taking their book tours to the big screen and online. By being able to appear to audiences without actually going anywhere, the authors and the people making the appearances hope to be able to spread the word faster.


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