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Sprint and Verizon Announce Summer Q10 Launches

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Better late than never I suppose,

Haggard

May 14, 2013, 8:58 AM
sheez.
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KOL4420

May 14, 2013, 11:45 AM
Haha. Yes I agree. This is one of those instances that I think Sprint and Verizon both made the right decision to play the waiting game to see exactly how much demand they are going to have for the Blackberry phones. To be honest I am not that impressed with them however there are a lot of die hard Blackberry customers out there that just need to have a Blackberry branded phone to continue living haha xD
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Haggard

May 14, 2013, 11:59 AM
Which is weird because both Verizon and Sprint used to be heavy into Blackberry devices. Once they started slowing down the release of their devices and started doing BB10, they've completely depleted their Blackberry offerings. I would have thought as a business standpoint, Sprint would be all over BB10 devices from the get go. I wonder if they will offer any PTT devices in the future as well like they used to for Nextel.
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KOL4420

May 14, 2013, 12:44 PM
haha. Yes but they also had the most complaints about those Blackberry phones all Curve variants for Sprint were garbage. Personally I am happy they phased out Blackberry for the time being and focused on the phones that were selling like the Android and iPhones. They are going to have a nice selection of phones coming Summer!
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Tofuchong

May 14, 2013, 12:44 PM
I was surprised too. Usually, as far as business and business customers go, which Verizon and Sprint have lots of, BB phones are the only way to go.

For me working with T-mobile business customers, they are either ordering a Blackberry, or a GS3/GS4, usually no other phones are even considered, and yeah, T-Mobile did the same thing, ran out of stock for the BB 9900 mighty quick just before the Z10 came out. However, do have the 9360 and 9315 available, and refurbushed 9810 phones too.
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KOL4420

May 14, 2013, 12:47 PM
Yes those Business customers need to meet those security requirements for their phones. However many of the new Android phones offer professional grade security encryptions. Still Blackberry offers the best security for business its not free though like on the Android, iPhones, and Windows phones.
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