India's junior telecom minister says the authorities will reach a decision soon on BlackBerry's Indian woes.
He said he appreciated the proposed solutions presented by the BlackBerry-maker, and maintained that officials will examine the situation within the next two months. But he expressed concern that there may be no compromise available in resolving the critical deadlock.
India wants the Canadian-based company to install a server in India for security purposes. After weeks of negotiations, RIM decided to give India access to its encrypted smart-phone data.
Blackberry has more than a million subscribers in India, which is the world's second fastest growing economy.