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Submitted by -Mezzo- 869d ago | news

Someone bought 1,000,000 BlackBerry Z10 smartphones

Fox News - That's a whole lot of pie.

An undisclosed customer bought a million BlackBerrys from the smartphone maker formerly known as Research In Motion -- marking the largest ever single purchase in the company's history. (BlackBerry Z10, Phones)

-Mezzo-  +   870d ago
Damn, He's Got Money.
snake_eater  +   869d ago
I did, u jelly?
Cyfyxtfg  +   869d ago
I accidentally disagreed :(
evil_element  +   869d ago
Blackberry will be quoting this sale and time-sing it by 4 as great public appeal for their smartphone.
blackberty  +   869d ago
The CEO of RIM.
Speed-Racer  +   869d ago
LOL
abc1233  +   869d ago
Ah damn, I accidently put 6 extra "0"s when ordering. Well this is awkward...
PS4isKing_82  +   869d ago
Umm if this is true, what the hell would a person do with a million of them? Unless he runs his own business and sells them on eBay or something.

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