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Don’t count out RIM in US, 4 top carriers to sell new BlackBerry 10 phones

Although other barriers to success exist, Research In Motion has one less obstacle for its new BlackBerry 10 smartphones: All four major U.S. carriers plan to sell the devices. The world is bigger than the U.S. but here the carriers are still the kingmakers.
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