Verizon Now Offering Free Push to Talk for BlackBerry Tour 9630 Users

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All of you Verizon BlackBerry Tour users can now get push to talk for free (or as long as you keep your BlackBerry Tour) for life if they sign up before tomorrow. . This is kind of odd considering that RIM just announced the new BlackBerry Bold 9650, which is suppose to come out in a month. How many Verizon customers are going to keep their Tour when the Bold 9650 comes out? Well I guess this could be one reason to keep your BlackBerry Tour if you really want push to talk and sign up before tomorrow. Here is the official email.

Email:

We’re excited to announce that the BlackBerry Tour you are currently using can NOW be updated with the Push to Talk software. Add Push to Talk on the BlackBerry Tour FREE for the life of your contract.*

Start conversations with the push of a button. Connect instantly with family and friends or groups and enjoy the reliability for your regular voice calls that you expect from the Verizon Wireless network. Increase productivity with FREE Push to Talk service.*

All it takes is a simple software upgrade to enable Push to Talk on your BlackBerry Tour today.

Add Push to Talk on the BlackBerry Tour FREE for the life
of your contract.*

Increase productivity with FREE Push to Talk service

Click here to sign up for free push to talk

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One Comment

  1. DavidB says:

    This isn't new, it's been offered for free for over a month now.
    AND there's nothing that says you had to sign up by today. The Verizon information says you need to sign up by June 30 if you want it to be free forever, NOT April 30.

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