UAE was pretty worried about the BlackBerry being a security threat to the country, and has since asked RIM to comply with regulations in an agreement with the government within a specific deadline. Well, the day is drawing nigh, but we still do not have any word from RIM’s side on whether they are anywhere near to a compromise. This has not unsettled BlackBerry users in the UAE though, since they have yet to switch over to other smartphones, as most of all the 500,000 subscribers are pretty optimistic for an agreed deal before services are disconnected. Talk about brand loyalty and having faith in a company!
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