• RIM Offers Free Premium Apps To Customers Following Service Interruptions

    We all know the past week was a nightmare for some people in regards to their BlackBerry service. I too was among the ones that experienced this disruption. I believe RIM was working very hard to fix the issues, as its not easy to fix a complex global network like the one RIM has. As you probably know by now RIM has some very angry customers right now, and many were wondering what RIM would do to compensate the users affected by the outage.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: RIM Offers Free Premium Apps To Customers Following Service Interruptions started by ice2921 View original post


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