RIM shares sink as subscriber base drops for first time
Dec 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Reuters
Research In Motion said on Thursday it plans to change the way it charges for its BlackBerry services after reporting that its subscriber base shrank for the first time in its history, and its U.S.-traded stock tumbled 10 percent after the bell.
Still up a million subscribers from previous quarterly report. No biggie. Rimm will have over 100 mil by end of 2013.
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