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RIM loses ground to Apple in home market

Friday 23 March 2012 | 10:02 CET | News
Research In Motion is losing market share even in its home market Canada, according to research from Bloomberg with IDC. The compan sold 2.08 million BlackBerrys in Canada last year, versus Apple's 2.85 million iPhones sold. In 2010, RIM sold almost half a million more units than Apple. Canada represents around 7 percent of RIM's total sales. In its fiscal Q3, sales in Canada were down 23 percent from a year earlier.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Research In Motion
Countries: Canada
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