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Why Are Some Major Canadian Festivals Ignoring Its BlackBerry Fans?

There's a trend we've noticed at festivals lately where BlackBerry support is being dropped. This hasn't always been the case. For some festivals, there was a previous app and for the most recent year it's completely absent. It's not enough to say "well BlackBerry is on the downward swing in North America" because that doesn't address the current market share. Many of these festivals have enourmous BlackBerry support.
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