Blackberry's new range of smartphones, the touchscreen Z10, haven't been able to strike a chord with consumers and the company has all its hopes laid on the series to somehow revive the market share.
The delay of the contract comes amidst the company's recently announced idea of selling itself as part of a decision to 'explore strategic options', Guardian reports.
According to the report,
However, the growing concerns about Blackberry hitting cash crunch or carriers will decline to sell its phones, along with growing downward pressure on the price it can charge for its services, has led some businesses to hold off from sizable purchases.
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