How to subscribe to BBM Enterprise on iOS device?
Recently BBM Consumer went off in May 2019 from Blackberry it’s time to subscribe to BBM enterprise on your iOS mobile. BlackBerry’s offer of a free year of BBM Enterprise is still in place, so all you need to do is get the app downloaded and subscribe.
What is BBM Enterprise app?
BBM Enterprise is a secure mobile, cross-platform, messaging and collaboration tool. It provides the same user- friendly experience that’s earned BBM millions of fans worldwide – with the end-to-end security enterprise needs.
BBM Enterprise allows users to take advantage of the speed, reliability and privacy of BBM for faster communication, collaboration and decision making while providing security conscious organizations enhanced security over corporate data. BBM Enterprise is the ideal business communication tool because it is mobile and immediate. Unlike enterprise IM tools that were originally designed for use on the desktop, BBM Enterprise offers a truly mobile experience, on a variety of devices.
With BBM Enterprise, you only need one app to cover your mobile messaging and collaboration needs. Users know when their colleagues have received and read messages, so they can collaborate with confidence, in real-time. One-to-one chats, group discussions and file sharing all happen with the protection required by security-focused organizations – and all with an immediacy and accountability that’s hard to achieve through any other communication channel.
BBM Enterprise uses a FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic library and leverages BlackBerry’s secure infrastructure, trusted by security-conscious and regulated organizations around the world, to protect data while it’s in transit and at rest. All the added security offered by BBM Enterprise happens in the background, so there’s no impact on the BBM user experience.
How to subscribe to BBM Enterprise on iOS mobile?
First Download and install the BBM Enterprise app from the App Store
Log in with your BlackBerry ID. If you don’t have one, then you’ll need to create one
After you create your BlackBerry ID, confirm your email address in the BlackBerry ID confirmation email
- Now Open BBM Enterprise
- Next Tap Continue
- Tap Sign in with your BlackBerry ID
- Sign in using your current BlackBerry ID
- Then Tap Subscribe
- Tap the price button
Once it processes, you’ll be signed up for BBM Enterprise. As highlighted in the pricing breakdown, it will be available to you for free for one year and after the first year, a 6-month subscription will be available for $2.49 USD. If you ever wish to cancel the subscription, you can manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your App Store account settings. Payment will be charged to your Apple ID account at the end of the free trial period. The subscription automatically renews unless it is canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the free trial. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.
This free app is compatible with iOS 11.0 or later iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
BBMe on multiple devices
BBMe supports up to five different devices and is available on Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac. In order to have it active on more than one device, you have to authorize each device. So simply download BBMe on the various devices, log in with your BlackBerry ID and you will be presented with two different options.
- Add this device to my BBM Enterprise Account – This will allow you to have BBMe on multiple devices and trigger an authorization screen. In order to activate, you must have one of your other activated devices handy as you’ll have to open BBMe and enter the code. Once entered, whichever device you’re setting up will login and your other devices will remain active as well.
- Switch my BBM Enterprise account to this device only and remove all other activated devices – This will forcefully log you out of all other BBMe installs except the one you are currently setting up.
Once you’re all set up, you’ll get a new PIN and have to re-invite any contacts you wish to add and while you’ll no longer have access to BBM Channels, purchased Stickers, and the Discover Tab, you’ll still have access to group chats, voice calls, video calls, as well as the edit, retract and expiring message options. You’ll still also be able to see when messages are received and read, send voice notes, files, and share your location using Glymspe while making use of end-to-end encryption. (with inputs from crackberry)