Around the World in Wireless

Ramsay, Maisie
January 2010
Wireless Week;Jan2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
The article offers world news briefs related to the wireless industry. Research In Motion Ltd. finds that the market share of BlackBerry phones in Venezuela reached 2.59% in the fall of 2009. The implementation of a ban on cell phones without valid International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) numbers has allowed Indian operators to deactivate millions of handsets. The stolen iPhone 3GS devices from a Mobistar SA warehouse resurfaced in the Russian black market.


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