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08-25-2012 03:01 AM
08-25-2012 12:50 PM
It's entirely up to you how many device changes you allow. Some vendors allow 3. I allow 5 but I've had a genuine customer change up to 8.
Nobody is going to share their BlackBerry ID, because it is associated with their email address and device pin. Even if they decide to associate it with their friend's device it's just too much hassle to make the change for the sake of an app. There is a limit, so really it's not something to worry about. Instead of worrying about lost sales due to these exceptions I would focus on making a better app to get more sales.
08-27-2012 11:29 AM
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