Buggy software& hardware has been a bane of RIM Blackberry devices recently.
Although it’s probably not the case, it seems that there’s some problem reported somewhere with some Blackberry device every couple of weeks or so.
Or at least often enough for me to wonder about the quality control issues over there.
In todays news – the sales of RIM Blackberry Curve and Blackeberry Bold have been halted by T-Mobile in Holland.
This has been officially confirmed by T-Mobile Netherlands to gadget blog MobileCowboys.net.
The problem seems to be particular to the configuration of Blackberry Curve on T-Mobile Netherlands network, were flat fee users of Curve were significantly overcharged for data traffic while using the device.
These incidents were reported by Blackberry Curve owners on T-Mobile Netherlands. And while none of the complaints came from Blackberry Bold users, the model was pulled too as a precautionary measure.
T-Mobile promises to refund all overcharges caused by this problem.
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