After a failed global rollout of the company's iconic BlackBerry Messenger service for iOS and Android last month, the troubled company has finally got its act together and is now ready to resume the global rollout of their famous messenger service to other platforms (in other words, the two largest mobile platforms in the world).
Thankfully, the Canadian company has learnt from its past mistake. Users will get to sign up by following a queue system, wherein those who had already signed up will get to begin using the service first. Nevertheless, it won't be much more than a few days before everybody gets their chance to sign up. What say? Give them a second chance?