RIM restores BlackBerry service in EMEA
- Middle East: Saturday, September 22 - 2012 at 04:06
BlackBerry has suffered an embarrassing outage affecting users in Europe, the Middle East and Africa on Friday, interrupting service for customers, as Apple's new iPhone 5 became available in stores, The Canadian Press has reported. BlackBerry announced the issues in postings on Facebook and Twitter, and later issued a statement to media apologizing for the problem, which the company said had been fixed. "Our apologies to any customers impacted by the BlackBerry service issue today. We can confirm that services have been restored and are now operating normally," the company said.
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