Dhiraagu has officially launched BlackBerry services, and now offers customers three BlackBerry Smartphone plans, which can be added to postpaid plans.
At a press conference held at Dhiraagu today Director of Marketing Ahmed Maumoon said, “After a very successful soft‐launch period for thorough testing of the BES
solution with different customer groups we are delighted to unveil Dhiraagu BlackBerry Smartphone Plans with the largest network in the Maldives.”
Maumoon commented that the preliminary soft launch period was proof Dhiraagu’s attention to customer needs and preferences.
In September of this year, competitor Wataniya launched BlackBerry service in the Maldives. Officials at the time considered it an important step for business in the country, given the service’s reputation for strong security.