BlackBerry finally gets a nod from Indian Govt.

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Great relief to R.I.M and all the BlackBerry users – the govt. has given a green signal to the company for continuing it’s service as-is.

While this sudden turn may sound quite surprising, another context to this nod is BSNL’s interest in starting it’s Blackberry service.

BSNL also wants to start the service. There is no permission needed for starting value- added services. We have not given permission to anybody, we have not disallowed anybody."
"So there is no question of giving permission to anybody. We do not consider any application for value-added services or Blackberry services. We have given permission to none.. they do not have to seek our permission to start any service. [ET]

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