BlackBerry has uphill fight to regain Indonesian customers

03/4/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The · All Things D

BlackBerry will introduce its Z10 smartphone in Indonesia, Southeast Asia's most populous country, on March 15, but analysts say the company will be hard-pressed to regain much of the business it has lost there to competitors. Adding to the challenge: BlackBerry will charge about $721 for the phone in a nation where its market share has declined from 67% in 2011 to 42% a year ago, according to the Canalys research firm. Also, Netflix confirmed it has no plans to develop an application for the Blackberry Z10.

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