Some Verizon wireless carrier clients making use of BlackBerry’s have been limited to making voice calls on Research in Motion's smartphone as long as a week, but Verizon stated on the problem was completely resolved.
Providers to some BlackBerry discussion board said they'd problem connecting to the web, via Internet-based applications and had postponed email delivery from last Tuesday.
RIM route BlackBerry data visitors by means of its servers via a carrier's system, a system not simulated by additional Smartphones. The company said its service continues to be operating usually.
"There is no outage, there was not one," said Jeffrey Nelson of Verizon wireless carrier spokesman.
"Our engineers learned that a little number of buyers inside a limited geographic region had technological glitches that effected in their e-mail being delayed as much as an hour," he said.
The Verizon problem was totally resolved, he told, declining to offer more technical points or say how several consumers had been affected or where they had been located.
The problem was initially reported by the La Times, which said a lot of of those reporting troubles had been from California.
Verizon expects a lot of their 2011 expansion to come from the growing number of smartphone buyers.
The leading U.S. network operator, a business enterprise of Verizon Communications with Vodafone, is placed to start sell Apple's iPhone in February, finale rival AT&T's three-and-a-half year lock about the gadget in the United States.