Blackberry Services Restored
October 14, 2011 by staff
Blackberry Services Restored, Research In Motion, the smartphone manufacturer headquartered in Canada, confirmed Thursday that the restoration of the network is completed, turning the access to BlackBerry services after a major disruption affecting several regions around the world.
In a statement to the press by the evening, RIM announced that it has restored the network, just hours after the RIM founder and co-CEO Mike Lazaridis apologized to BlackBerry users, but did not provide an estimate of complete when the solution is to avoid giving false hope to customers.
While RIM seems to rely on finding a solution to the problems affecting the network on Monday of this week, the company said that full recovery of Blackberry services can cover a little more.
The root of the problem began in the UK and ended up including all the Europe, Middle East, India, Africa and North America.
The accident added to the string of mediocre performances RIM, including the low sales of new products from Blackberry.
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