Research In Motion Profits Grow – BlackBerry Sales Rising

April 6, 2009

Research In Motion (RIM), the company that produces the BlackBerry, has reported an 84% increase in revenue for the financial year ending February 2009. 26 million units were shipped worldwide during that period and the new range including the Bold, Storm and Curve 8900 did no harm to those figures at all.

I noticed in December, after a successful UK TV ad campaign, enquiries for the Storm were massive – even though it was limited to Vodafone users only. This year (2009) sales of the 8900 Curve have been very high and client feedback at T-Phone has been excellent.

The trend seems to be very much in favour of the BlackBerry as an “all in” business device and the increase in sales will not have gone unnoticed by the likes of Nokia and HTC who are RIM’s main rivals in the ever more competitive mobile office device arena.

Great news all round then for RIM, T-Phone and for me in particular – looks like I will be a busy bunny over the coming months!

For all UK BlackBerry for Business enquiries please contact me, David Allen, on 01204 595335 or using the online contact form.

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