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U.S. Carriers Detail BlackBerry 10 Launch Plans

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arox413

Jan 31, 2013, 11:34 AM

Go sprint

Not that I'm a windows fan but no windows yet and now last to the party for BB sometimes I wonder if they really like being a cell phone company
They just prefer Android and barely want to give other OS's a chance.
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T Bone

Jan 31, 2013, 6:38 PM

at&t

If I can afford it, I may go ahead and purchase the at&t version of the Q10 at the no commitment price...

I'm thinking there is a big pent up demand of Blackberry faithful who have been holding off on upgrading, some for as long as 12-18 months, so that they could jump on the Blackberry 10 bandwagon right when it started....

I suspect the initial sales will be brisk,,,at least 500,000 units in North America for the first week...
I've been waiting a long time to get back to a BB but I do wonder how the battery life compares to other smartphones and other BBs.
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This is the question of the year. I think you are right. Sales should be good in the beginning.
One difference between this launch and Microsofts is that there should be a pent up demand for blackberries from crackberry addicts needing their fix Very Happy
 
 
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