BlackBerry recently announced that they were laying off 40 percent of their staff, the company is expected to be bought out by Canadian Insurer Fairfax Financial.
And now there is more bad news for BlackBerry, as T-Mobile has announced that they will no longer stock BlackBerry Smartphones in their retail stores.
According to T-Mobile, the majority of people who are buying BlackBerry devices are business customers, who generally do not purchase the devices from their retail stores.
T-Mobile will apparently still display the handsets in their retail stores, and you will be able to order a BlackBerry device from their retail stores, but you will not be able to walk in off the street and pick one up as you can at the moment.
Source ReutersFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News, Top News