1. BBNation's Avatar
    Good for RIM as RIM is doing well in Asia except china.

    Daily chart: All the phones in China | The Economist

    chk link for graph.

    All the phones in China
    Mar 1st 2012, 14:19 by The Economist online
    Tweet..China is set to reach 1 billion mobile-phone subscriptions this week

    ON MARCH 3rd, China is forecast to sign up its billionth mobile subscription, having fallen just 12m short of that milestone at the end of January. India is not far behind with over 900m subscriptions, according to figures from Chetan Sharma Consulting. Together they account for more than a quarter of the world total. Fortunately the Chinese numbering system theoretically allows for 100 billion mobile numbers, and India's 10 billion, so neither is likely to run out of numbers anytime soon.
    03-02-12 02:31 AM
  2. shn'g's Avatar
    man thats crazy! I can't think in that many people! lol... good thing RIM is popular in India hey!
    03-02-12 02:42 AM
  3. CairnsRock's Avatar
    Mostly entry level phones. Cheap phone makers are better positioned for phone only devices.
    03-02-12 03:00 AM
  4. sam_b77's Avatar
    True entry level only. But in india's case the smartphone market will be rising to 15% in the next few years. That's 150 million smartphones. That's bigger than 40% smartphone market of USA
    03-02-12 03:24 AM
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