Vodafone says BlackBerry service in EMEA disrupted
- Middle East: Saturday, January 12 - 2013 at 03:15
UK-based mobile operator Vodafone has said that some of its customers across Europe, the Middle East and Africa were not receiving emails via their Blackberry phones due to a Vodafone router error, Wall Street Journal has reported. "Services are in the process of being restored and we continue to monitor the situation closely," a Vodafone spokesman added. Research In Motion said that "all BlackBerry services are operating normally" but acknowledged that "a wider Vodafone service issue" was impacting some of its BlackBerry customers across EMEA. "We are supporting Vodafone's efforts to resolve the issue as soon as possible."
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