Who said BlackBerry users can’t have fun? And we’re talking, fun with our local celebrities, up close and personal!

If you feel like you’ve always been the one to miss out on all the fun stuff in life, then fret not. BlackBerry Malaysia is now offering their Malaysian customers the opportunity to not only connect and stay connected, but to also join in on the fun!


So, BlackBerry fans and lovers, listen up!

Because people like you will stand a chance at winning fantastic outings and activities with some of Malaysia’s top entertainers and celebrities via none other than BlackBerry Malaysia’s “Stop Missing Out!” campaign. The campaign, scheduled to run for a month, was initially announced at yesterday’s BlackBerry Curve 9320 and BlackBerry Curve 9220 smartphones launch but will only start on the 1st June 2012 (Friday).

What is it all about?

How’d you like to go on a movie outing with sweet Liyana Fizi? Or belt out a few songs, maybe some oldies, at a karaoke with Bunkface? Fancy a pampering session with the gorgeous Julie Woon? Well, you know what they say – dreams CAN come true. Right?

To stand a chance at winning a movie outing, pampering session, karaoke, futsal game, or a day of shopping with the celebrities, all you have to do is simply send a picture that best describes how the BlackBerry smartphone keeps you connected and connect with the people and things you love.


Some of the celebrities involved in the “Stop Missing Out!” campaign include:

  • Bunkface
  • Jehan Miskin
  • Joe Lee
  • Julie Woon
  • Liayan Fizi
  • Megan Tan
  • Nur Fazura

For more information, keep your browser pointed to www.StopMissingOut.com.my from the 1st June to the 2th June 2012. We’ll leave it to BlackBerry Malaysia to unveil all the prizes they have on offer on a daily basis!

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