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  • RIM Continues to Decline in U.S. Mobile Subscriber Market Share



    Recent numbers put out by comScore shows that RIM continues a steady slow decline this year in the US Smartphone Market share. RIM has suffered a 1% drop from 25.7% to 24.7% since the last report given by comScore ending in April 2011. It will be interesting to see how the numbers change when Verizon starts to sell three of the upcoming BlackBerry Smartphones in their stores later this year. Let's hope RIM can climb back up on top with this rekindled Verizon partnership.


    This article was originally published in forum thread: RIM Continues to Decline in U.S. Mobile Subscriber Market Share started by Joe Jerde View original post


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