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BlackBerry wants to rescue users of the doomed BBM messaging service by giving them access to its corporate product (BB)

BlackBerry CEO John Chen, seen in 2015

  • BlackBerry said it will open up BBMe — the enterprise version of BBM — to individual consumers.
  • The move follows Emtek’s announcement Thursday that it will shut down the once popular BlackBerry Messenger service on May 31.
  • Emtek warned that BBM users will lose access to their conversations, photos, and other data after it shuts down BBM.
  • It’s unclear if BBM users will be able to port their accounts or data over to the enterprise version.
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BlackBerry says it has a lifeline for BBM fans upset about the impending shutdown of the once-popular messaging service.

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