T-Mobile said that the application will be available exclusively on its latest BlackBerry devices.
Users will be able to view fully interactive UK road maps and have 24-hour access to Traffic TV's traffic information. The service also provides images from over 500 real-time CCTV cameras.
The service will be available through T-Mobile's corporate licensing scheme.
"We are always looking to offer new and innovative services to our customers and we are delighted to include Traffic TV as a service to our BlackBerry customers," said Derek Williamson, head of business marketing at T-Mobile UK.
Andy Parr, senior sales alliance manager for EMEA at BlackBerry maker RIM, added: "The ability to plan journeys and check routes with real-time traffic information will be invaluable to the typical BlackBerry user."
Subscriptions to the service start at 10p per day.
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