It's clear that BlackBerry's recently announced BB10 mobile operating system will not be accompanied by an uncapped offering. How will this affect South African users?
BlackBerry's last chance
This year, enterprise users will vote on RIM's survival.
BlackBerry 10 local launch sketchy
All of SA's main mobile operators will stock BlackBerry 10 devices, but they are not yet ready to communicate time frames.
BlackBerry 10 will not save RIM
The ailing smartphone pioneer needs a series of miracles to pull through.
Lenovo downplays talk of RIM acquisition
The Chinese PC maker says its CFO's comments were taken out of context.
RIM fights to win back enterprise
As the BYOD trend has shifted the corporate device market, RIM says BlackBerry 10 will strike the right chord with consumers and corporations alike.
Cheap smartphones on the rise
The market for lower-cost smartphones is changing the competitive landscape, according to market data for the fourth quarter of 2012.
RIM expects enterprise rush
Laying the groundwork for the adoption of BlackBerry 10 in the enterprise, RIM releases BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.
The upcoming launch of BlackBerry 10 is preceded by rumours that unlimited BlackBerry Internet Services, at a flat rate, will be a thing of the past.
Strategic review boosts RIM
Shares in RIM rise as it mulls alliances with other companies following the launch of BlackBerry 10-powered devices.
Samsung, Apple lead smartphone race
The companies pulled ahead in the global smartphone race last quarter, while Nokia and others are expected to have fallen further behind.