BlackBerry customers will be able to find out free of charge if there are $100 worth of applications which interest them.
By means of apology for the service failure that left countless Blackberry mobile phones customers all over the world with no service for about 72 hours last week, Research in Motion stated Monday it will give a $100 consumer credit for select applications in the online store.
Whether or not that may placate customers, nonetheless, is not clear.
“RIM’s challenges are bigger picture,” according to Mike Abramsky, an analyst from RBC . . . → Read More: RIM Offers $100 Worth of Apps for Free as an Apology