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BlackBerry Ltd said on Monday it has begun to roll out its BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service to users of Android and iPhone devices. The long-awaited cross-platform offering, which was delayed after issues arose following the initial launch last month, is now being rolled
out in a phased manner.
“To help manage this unprecedented pent-up demand for BBM, we are implementing a
simple line-up system to ensure a smooth rollout,” Andrew Bocking, who heads the
BlackBerry’s BBM business, said in a blog post on the company’s website.
BlackBerry said last week that 6 million Android and iPhone customers had pre-registered for the launch. The company said those that had already signed up for the service at BBM.com are being allowed to use the platform right away, while others will be signed on as fast as possible.
To download Visit www.bbm.com from your iphone or Android phone
Note: Samsung customers in Sub-Sahara Africa can download BBM today from the Samsung Apps store. iPhone and other Android users in Africa will be able to download the app in three days’ time.
How To download:
1. Goto to www.bbm.com and register for a blackberry user name with your email.
2. Download directly from Android app store, Samsung app store or iphones – depending on the one you’re using and install.
Its that simple
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