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  1. conix67's Avatar
    I will ignore that ignorant assumption you have made, and just deem it a troll post; you have no idea where I've travelled to and how often I continue to do so.
    That sounds like wasted trips.

    So, you think products without native language support can be successful in those countries?

    If you can provide a single example, I'd be delighted.

    by the way, as I have added, PB is not even being sold in those countries.
    02-03-12 08:53 AM
  2. TripNFry's Avatar
    got my vote in! BB all the way!!
    02-03-12 09:02 AM
  3. laserx's Avatar
    Couldn't vote, "voting closed"
    02-03-12 12:36 PM
  4. Geodoc's Avatar
    In Vietnam and Cambodia, there's only a small middle class that could buy BlackBerry smart phones or the PlayBook. The bulk of the poor live in shacks with no sanitation (shacks on stilts along the Mekong River). Only in the cities of Hanoi, Saigon, Siem Reap, etc. do you find smart phones and tablets. Here most people have a grasp of English if they do business beyond selling farm produce in roadside stands. The BlackBerry products sell mainly to the business elite who must know English. The school kids are taught English in even the grade schools - if they can afford the pens and paper and bribes for the
    teachers. Yes you can sell BB products without local language support. Just not to the poor.
    02-03-12 08:40 PM
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