As BlackBerry fights for its life, the hits keep on coming. T-Mobile confirmed on Wednesday evening that it will stop carrying BlackBerry smartphones in its stores and will instead only ship them directly to businesses. “Keeping stock in the retail distribution system was inefficient,” T-Mobile’s executive vice president for corporate services, David Carey, told Reuters. He explained that the reason is simply that the phones have not been in high demand among consumers. BlackBerry said recently that it plans to stop marketing its phones to consumers and instead focus on enterprise business, something a number of industry watchers called for years ago. BlackBerry signed a letter of intent earlier this week and may soon be acquired by Perm Watsa’s Fairfax Holdings for $4.7 billion.