Third BlackBerry store in India opens

Third BlackBerry store in India opens
BlackBerry fever remains high in India, and RIM has decided to put supply where demand is by opening a third BlackBerry Store in the country. The store offers the entire BlackBerry product portfolio. In attendance at the opening were a couple of south Indian movie stars, Ms. Sumalatha Ambarish and Ms. Ruby Parihar. The store will be open for business seven days a week and RIM plans on opening more such locations in "key metro cities" in India.

Recently, the manufacturer was named the coolest overall brand of 2012, coolest cell phone and coolest hi-tech gadget in South Africa. Last November, a near riot broke out when the BlackBerry Bold 9790 was launched in Jakarta, Indonesia and the first 1,000 people online received a 50% discount. If RIM could only bottle what it is that makes the Canadian manufacturer such a hit in certain areas and put it in the water supply around the world.

source: BerryReview



1. ryq24

Posts: 876; Member since: Oct 17, 2011

did they open the store in indonesia or india? i think there is an error here on the exact location!

2. sid07desai

Posts: 290; Member since: May 03, 2012

It opened in India. They're just mentioning that riots broke out when they opened it in Indonesia and Jakarta.

3. jmoita2

Posts: 930; Member since: Dec 23, 2011

Who is the exotic hot babe behind the one cutting the ribbon???

5. hepresearch unregistered

Haha... I sort of caught myself wondering the same thing earlier. Whoever she is, she is really quite pretty. +1

6. Grishm

Posts: 54; Member since: May 18, 2012

The hot babe's Ruby Parihar. And in case you are interested in the bulldozer who's cutting the ribbon, she is Sumalatha Ambarish.

7. hepresearch unregistered

Wow... hahaha! My questioning of identity was totally rhetorical, but more power to ya for knowing the ID's... +1

4. Republican

Posts: 99; Member since: Apr 05, 2012

The rumor got out that it was going to have flushing toilets, so a mob ensued.

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