While the news broke on September 3rd that this was going down, it wasn’t until today that a T-Mobile executive “officially confirmed” the move. David Carey, T-Mobile executive vice president for corporate services told Reuters that “keeping stock in the retail distribution system was inefficient” as supply far outpaced demand. Carey said that most of the company’s BlackBerry purchases were by companies that do not purchase devices in retail stores.
Therefore we will display and sell it in the store for those consumers who would like to see one,” he added.
One more proverbial nail in BlackBerry’s coffin.