"Oh boy, what a headache it was. I depend on Rim's Messenger service, I don't give a hoot about the free apps, lol, I'm just glad that service is restored. "
*A nice gesture, but good enough to keep frustrated users who were already lusting after Android or iOS? We shall see.*
"No, I have the Torch 9800 and I'm quite happy with it, But I will upgrade to the 9810 soon. I'm also looking at purchasing either, the 4s or the Galaxy II, as I need to upgrade my second phone."
Wow... I've heard of outages before but I never heard of free apps being given away as part of a blackout... I guess RIM took a page from the book of "things you need to do to keep your customers in the wake of serious business-hurting compromises.".
Other then that, meh.
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