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Why RIM Is Charging Much More For Apps Than Apple

RIM (NSDQ: RIMM) may want to widen its consumer base, but the price points in its new BlackBerry App World store shows that its still catering very much to the enterprise crowd. RIM has released pricing guidelines for it's soon to be launched Blackberry App World applications store, and the lowest price for a paid app as $2.99 in the U.S.?well exceeding Apple's popular price point of $0.99, and its next tier up of $1.99.

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