While AT&T is still blocking BlackBerry Bridge at this point, they have at least offered up an official statement on the matter. In case you missed it - AT&T is currently preventing its customers from download BlackBerry Bridge to use with the PlayBook. It appears that they still want to do some testing with the app before releasing it to customers. Spokesman Seth Bloom said:
AT&T is working with RIM to make the BlackBerry Bridge app available for AT&T customers. We have just received the app for testing and before it's made available to AT&T customers we want to ensure it delivers a quality experience for our customers.
Why it wasn't tested before release day is beyond me, but hopefully it won't be a long process. AT&T is the only carrier holding back on offering up BlackBerry Bridge, so keep your fingers crossed that all goes well. For now if you're an AT&T customer you can grab BlackBerry Bridge OTA.
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