BlackBerry’s US Market Share Is Almost 0%, CIRP Says

The platform is nearing extinction in one of the largest markets out there

By Ionut Arghire on January 31st, 2014 02:11 GMT

Today, Canadian mobile phone maker BlackBerry celebrates one year since the official launch of BlackBerry 10, but things are looking gloomier than ever for the company.

According to a recent report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), the market share of its mobile platform is almost 0 percent in the United States, as BGR reports.

While Android (46%) and iOS (48%) are leading the flock, Windows Phone comes in third with only 3 percent market share, but BlackBerry is almost non-present on the chart. According to CIRP, the OS is part of the 3 percent market share that no-smartphone platforms enjoy in the country.

“This analysis features findings about consumer trends in mobile phone operating systems from October-December 2013,” the firm noted. “Windows, Blackberry, and non-smartphones each accounted for less than 3% of activations in this sample,” it added.
BlackBerry's US market share nears 0%
   BlackBerry's US market share nears 0%
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