Microsoft and RIM expected to announce new pricing for hosted BES product, hint: Free

The offer will go to Microsoft Exchange Online hosted e-mail customers, most of whom already have and currently pay for this very service. Whats new is that the hosted BES product will now have free pricing to Microsoft's Exchange 2010 Online customers. The BES product allows Blackberry users to relieve on the go access to Microsoft Exchange e-mail, calendar and other Outlook tasks.

RIM and Microsoft are reported to be announcing a free version of Microsoft's hosted BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES)

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