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BlackBerry Passport Goes On Sale Weds. for $599

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Nov 25, 2018, 10:30 PM
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Aug 12, 2015, 9:48 AM
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So if BlackBerry WANTS to sell this device directly to Verizon customers, Evil Red should have no problem allowing it to be sold to them. I haven't forgotten Verizon's empty promises of Any Device Initiative. One of the terms of the 700 megahertz spectrum Verizon won in auction was that they would allow any device which passed their security requirements on their network. We know Blackberries are secure if nothing else. This Passport is certainly not attractive. It remains to be seen if anyone actually wants one.
I would buy one if I could afford it, even though I'm quite happy with my Z1O. I would buy it solely for Blackberry 10.3 with Amazon App Store. I know 10.3 is supposed to come to the Z10, but a&t may never actually send out the update. My only is...
I've been holding my breath for that, but I really figured it was a lie from the beginning, just like locked cell phones.

There is no reason a sprint and verizon (or any CDMA) phone cant be used on each others networks. It is an artificially pla...
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