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RIM BlackBerry and Nokia Windows Phone Sales Sputter
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ConexionPoint
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ConexionPoint,
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11/23/2011 | 2:29:53 AM
re: RIM BlackBerry and Nokia Windows Phone Sales Sputter
No to long ago our company removed every single Cisco desk phone from the entire organization and issued us all iPhone with the Cisco mobile client application docked on a iFusion smart station. They told us all the power savings alone cost justified this in less than 6 months. I now have oly one devise for my business extension on the Cisco and the mobile number for personal. We all have Skype and VIBER loaded for friends and family. This is the issue with other manufactures. The business docking stations like iFusion and others are only available on iPhone along with most of the cool apps. IGm not a Apple junkie but this stuff really works and IGm more productive with more personal time.
ctomaras981
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11/22/2011 | 9:39:34 PM
re: RIM BlackBerry and Nokia Windows Phone Sales Sputter
Amazing how the headline states that sales are sputtering but there are no actual sales statistics? If this is an editorial comment then it should be noted as an opionion piece and not as some sort of news item.
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11/22/2011 | 9:30:30 PM
re: RIM BlackBerry and Nokia Windows Phone Sales Sputter
nokia lumia has about half the hits of the samsung s2, just used the same google analytics. And samsung was trending much lower at the begining. So if the nokia lumia has half the sales of the most populare android, that will be a good start for the first phone from nokia. I wonder how much they paid the analysts


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