We reported earlier today that AT&T was not supporting BlackBerry Bridge. The carrier is preventing customers from downloading the app, but that will change soon. AT&T’s spokesman, Seth Bloom, commented on the situation and stated that the app will be available to AT&T customers but wants to test it before release. Check out the full statement below:
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.