Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 10:11 am IST
Nokia and BlackBerry still rule the cellphone market
| by Aneez Shaikh |
The Wall Street and the global share markets may have a different story to tell, but Nokia and BlackBerry still rule the cellphone market. If the Mobility 2012 survey by researchers World Wide Worx is anything to go by, Nokia holds half the cellphone market share in South Africa among 16-year-olds and older customers living in cities and towns. Also, BlackBerry grew its share to 18 percent from 4 percent the previous year.
Nokia and BlackBerry still out there
As far as the Indian market is concerned, both Nokia and BlackBerry enjoy a very good position among the various segments of cellphone users. Apart from its smartphones, Nokia has been introducing quite a few low budget phones in India with continued success. BlackBerry, too, has a very strong presence here and has been launching various models to woo customers. BlackBerry Curve 8520 was and continues to be quite a rage among Indian cellphone users who are smitten with its BBM service.
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