Avenir’s O2 dealers get BlackBerry Torch training

Written by: Michael Garwood
Avenir’s O2 dealers get BlackBerry Torch training

Avenir Telecom kicked off its launch of the Blackberry Torch 9800 by hosting O2 Approved dealers at RIM head office for demonstration and training

Ten O2 Approved dealers connecting through airtime distributor and O2 strategic partner Avenir Telecom attended BlackBerry-maker RIM’s UK office in Slough this week to learn more about the newly-released BlackBerry Torch 9800 handset.

Dealers in attendance received a full demonstration of the device and hands-on training, followed by a questions and answer session.

Avenir Telecom managing director Andy Tow said: “We are extremely excited to be launching the new BlackBerry Torch 9800 in partnership with O2, and want to provide our dealers with the best possible support and learning experience surrounding this innovative handset.

“We continually strive to ensure that our dealers can offer exactly what their customers want, and this event was just one of the many training sessions that we have on offer.”

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