4 thoughts on “Blackberry makes Indian debut next week?”

  1. AirTel is Bharti’s GSM service.
    Blackberry is India is definitely big news. Just that people shudnt confuse it with Bharti offering RIM (Reliance India Mobiles) phones now. šŸ™‚

  2. Its good to see big players entering Indian market. But at the same time it is still to be seen how aggressive are the market pricing offered by them. Also I’ve come across an article of Bharathi’s tie-up with JP Mobile, for providing e-mail and other PIM based services for corperates.

  3. Its been almost a week since the media announced the RIM launch by Bharti – but the trade is still in the dark about its features and pricing. Even calls to Airtel’s Pune office draws blank responses; officially, there’s only one staff member at their Pune office who can competently handle queries on internet-handling capabilities of their service in general; and he’s on leave since god knows when!

    May be a more integrated approach of business-strategyimplementation will yield a better bottomline for Mr Mittal! Otherwise, he’s merely kicking a hitherto complacent, but more efficient competition into wakefulness …


  4. I’m not able to get complete picture about the solution. Does BlackBerry works with any service provider or only with AirTel? Does it has a facility to insert SIM into it?

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