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Backup-Pal Now Supports BlackBerry
Advanced Wireless Solutions, LLC. (AWS) announces the addition of BlackBerry to its current family of supported Samsung, Nokia and Motorola phones. Backup-Pal, the “Hottest Holiday Gift” of 2007, now makes it easier than ever for users to backup and transfer cellular phonebook contacts, regardless of brand, model or carrier.
Backup-Pal offers numerous connectivity options including Serial and USB interfaces. Backup-Pal is powered by three “AAA” batteries and can permanently store up to 4,000 contacts even if the batteries are replaced or removed. Backup-Pal retails for $49.99. For product compatibility and additional information, please visit www.backup-pal.com.
“Many people are faced with the tedious process of having to remember and re-enter important phonebook contacts when cellphone loss, damage, theft or upgrade occurs,” says Spartak Buniatyan, Director of Operations for Backup-Pal. “Backup-Pal eliminates all of those concerns and is the most secure and simple solution for virtually every cellphone user.”
Backup-Pal is the wireless industry’s first portable, and universal cell phone accessory that backs up and transfers cellular phonebook contacts at the touch of a button. The patented device does not require computer use, software installation, data cable purchase or a monthly subscription fee. Backup-Pal connects to a cellular phone via removable adapters that are designed for most cellular phones on the market, making it the first portable cellular phonebook backup device that allows users to backup and transfer contact information regardless of cell phone manufacturer or model.
“Consumers are generally most concerned with losing valuable contacts that may never be replaced,” said Ravash Ram, Director of Business Development for Backup-Pal. “For cellular users who don’t currently back up their phonebook contacts, Backup-Pal is a quick and simple solution to this problem.”
Nice idea, but a bit of overpriced for what it does.
Originally Posted by penpower
For something a lil more convenient then using DM on my puter Id pay 25-30 max for something like this.
IM BACK w/ a new BB 8220!
Do you have the need for speed? Then drive it like you stole it!
PIN me up @ 2576B06B
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