RIM BlackBerry Bold sales suspended by Orange over software issues
It appears that Orange has removed the Research In Motion BlackBerry Bold from sale at their stores due, they say to quality issues. And there has now been leaked an internal statement from Orange to their staff explaining this decision.
It appears that BlackBerry does have a few problems to sort out with the BlackBerry Bold, and Orange is presently awaiting some feedback from BlackBerry maker Research In Motion. The leaked internal statement follows…
“Following reports of software issues with the BlackBerry Bold handset across a variety of mobile operators, Orange has decided to act in the interest of its customers by suspending shipments of the device in the UK. We are currently awaiting feed back from RIM as to when an industry wide fix for these issues will be in place, and expect this suspension to be an interim measure.We apologise for any inconvenience this issue may cause you.” next stepsBlackBerry/RIM are doing everything they can to resolve this issue and will be completing full testing and validation to ensure future handsets do not have any quality issues. This may take a couple of weeks so it’s up to us to do what’s best for our customers.
Source — mobiletechaddicts