If you can't do without your BlackBerry smartphone and just have to have those American Airlines AAdvantage miles, then now you can have the best of both worlds.

For more details on AA.com Mobile visit http://www.aa.com/mobile. For further information on the AAdvantage mile offer, visit http://www.aa.com/blackberry. The offer applies to the purchase of new BlackBerry smartphones only.

BlackBerry, is now a participant in the AAdvantage program. AAdvantage members can now earn 4,000 AAdvantage bonus miles when they purchase a new BlackBerry at an online store powered by Simplexity, a leading online retailer of cell phones and wireless plans.

To receive the 4,000 AAdvantage miles, customers simply visit http://www.aa.com/blackberry, complete a qualifying purchase of a BlackBerry phone with a new or extended wireless plan, and provide their AAdvantage account number at checkout. The site, created by Simplexity, features a variety of BlackBerry phones and wireless plans from all major wireless carriers. AAdvantage bonus miles will be posted to qualifying members' accounts by Simplexity 8-10 weeks after activation of a wireless plan. That's 4,000 miles to put toward a dream trip to any one of hundreds of destinations around the world served by American, American Eagle, or more than 20 airlines that participate in the AAdvantage program -- all for purchasing a new BlackBerry, along with an approved new or extended wireless service contract.

"Many AAdvantage members are devoted BlackBerry users, so we're especially pleased to welcome BlackBerry to the AAdvantage program," said Rob Friedman, President - AAdvantage Marketing Programs. "The 4,000 miles will help customers accumulate miles toward valuable travel rewards, and with their BlackBerry smartphone, they'll be able to keep in touch wherever they choose to travel."
For travelers on the go, a BlackBerry smartphone -- or any other Web-enabled device -- allows them to access the mobile version of AA.com.

The mobile site makes it easy for customers to book flights, change many domestic reservations, view fare specials, request upgrades, purchase Admirals Club(R) one-day passes, and even enroll in the AAdvantage program -- all from their mobile device. Additionally, with American's recent launch of mobile broadband service on its transcontinental routes flown with Boeing 767-200 aircraft, many customers can use their Blackberry or other Web-enabled device to access the Internet inflight.

Customers are able to trade in their existing cellular device and receive credit toward the purchase of a new BlackBerry. To learn about trading in your existing device, go to http://www.aa.com/blackberry, click on the BlackBerry page, then look for the "Get Cash Back" link.

If you're not already an AAdvantage member, it's easy and free to enroll. Simply visit http://www.aa.com/enroll.

American Airlines is a founding member of the oneworld Alliance.

Terms and Conditions
AAdvantage miles will be awarded for purchases made through the Cellular Miles store only within 8-10 weeks of activation. AAdvantage members are eligible to earn 4,000 miles for each purchase of a BlackBerry phone with a new standard post paid wireless service contract or a post paid wireless service contract extension. To be eligible, AAdvantage members must (1) maintain the wireless line of service activated through Simplexity for 12 weeks after the activation date, (2) not deactivate or downgrade the wireless plan originally signed up for through Simplexity, and (3) provide their AAdvantage membership number at the time of purchase. Family plans and shared plans constitute one rate plan, regardless of the number of phones ordered. Additional restrictions may apply.
American Airlines reserves the right to change AAdvantage program rules, regulations, travel awards and offers at any time without notice, including the right to, among other things, (1) modify or cancel any award or offer, (2) change program benefits, mileage levels or rules related to mileage credits or travel awards, or (3) add embargo dates, limit award travel seat availability, or otherwise restrict travel awards or offers. American may make changes even if use of accumulated mileage credits or awards is affected. The accumulation of mileage credits does not entitle members to any vested rights. American further reserves the right to end the AAdvantage program upon six months notice. AAdvantage travel awards, mileage accrual and special offers are subject to government regulations. American is not responsible for products or services offered by other participating companies. For complete details about the AAdvantage program, visit http://www.aa.com/aadvantage