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Ballmer Says Windows Phone Sales To Surge
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asutt7n
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asutt7n,
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1/2/2013 | 8:19:42 PM
re: Ballmer Says Windows Phone Sales To Surge
"Despite generally positive reviews, Windows Phone-based devices have to date had little commercial success." Because you can't get them! Rogers has Nokia tied down, Sasktel cannot bother to offer one, yet, and then only one option when they get it something in 2013, I hope. The idea of keep jumping cell providers for hardware is a little past tense. Of course I could pay $500 plus for one without a contracts, will I get a discount from my cell provider if I do, don't think so.
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hohum,
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11/5/2012 | 10:11:03 PM
re: Ballmer Says Windows Phone Sales To Surge
You may want to post worldwide figures as it is meaningless to quote
stock price driven by worldwide sales and then use US numbers. they are very skewed. And we all know the US is a small portion of actual sales for all tech companies.


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