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And Finally... During what month and year did RIM reach the milestone of having 1 million BlackBerry users? Submit your response here.

Yesterday's question: Who is the next largest iDEN service provider after Sprint/Nextel? Answer: I meant to add on "in the U.S." so Southern LINC was the answer I was looking for. International contenders include Brazil's NII/Nextel International and Telus. First correct answers came from: Cliff Raskind, Strategy Analytics; Ed Bachner, Rosetta-Wireless; Rick Christiaanse, Shift Networks; Ryan Larson, NISC; Michael Siegle, T-Mobile USA

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