Seems like Research In Motion (RIM) is experiencing a roller coaster ride at the moment, taking their users across Europe for the ride as well. We first reported that BlackBerry services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa suffered some downtime, only to have RIM restore it back up within the day – and now there are still outages happening across Europe and the other regions mentioned for a second consecutive day.
Canada-based RIM continued to be on the receiving end of reports of interruptions to various services such as Internet browsing, the ability to roam as well as instant messaging. Pockets of these outages persist in select regions, and according to Everything Everywhere, the UK’s biggest mobile operator by revenue, customers continued to experience new problems on Tuesday although they did not mention just which services were affected. As for India carrier Bharti Airtel, Ltd., intermittent outages to services also happened since 6 pm on Tuesday.
All RIM could do was muscle this statement – “Some users in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, India, Brazil, Chile, and Argentina are experiencing messaging and browsing delays. We are working to restore normal service as quickly as possible.”
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