Rogers Wireless has added the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 to its device catalogue. It comes with support for Rogers Home Calling Zone, an additional Rogers service that lets customers use VoIP to make home calls.
Rogers Home Calling Zone works by connecting calls through a voice optimized wireless router over a high-speed Internet connection when at home and can seamlessly switch to the cellular network when out of range – offering seamless mobility and the ultimate in convenience. Customers can use the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 smartphone inside and outside the home, making it easier to stay connected how and when they want, while effectively managing their phone costs.
The BlackBerry Pearl 8210 comes with quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity, a 240×260 display, SureType thumb keyboard and trackball navigation system, 64MB of internal memory, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 2MP camera, and a microSDHC expansion slot.
The Pearl 8120 can be yours for CAD$149.99 with a three-year voice and data Rogers Wireless plan or CAD$499.99 without any service plan. The Home Calling Zone can be added CAD$15/month for unlimited local calls or CAD$20/month for Canada-wide calls.