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T-Mobile Launching LTE Blackberry Z10 on March 27
According to Leaked LTE Device Road Map
by Karl Bode 06:17PM Tuesday Feb 05 2013
Our friends at TMONews have posted a leaked T-Mobile road map showing when the carrier expects to offer LTE handsets for the company's soon-to-be-launched LTE network. According to the internal documentation, T-Mobile plans to start offering the BlackBerry Z10, Samsung Galaxy Exhibit, Galaxy S3 and Sonic 2.0 LTE mobile hotspot all starting on March 27. There's no pricing announced yet, but T-Mobile's plan to kill off handset subsidies isn't expected until mid-year. T-Mobile's LTE network is expected to launch within weeks in Las Vegas and Kansas City.

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Lone Wolf
Ready For Retirement
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Blackberry, Crackberry

RIM is still in business? Shocking I say!

tito79

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Brewster, NY
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Re: Blackberry, Crackberry

Reading forums reviews people dumping there iphones for the new blackberry z10

Eddy120876

join:2009-02-16
Bronx, NY

Re: Blackberry, Crackberry

Reading and actual sales are two things. something my brother always says "you can focus all your voices on a forum but when it comes to voting with their wallet things are a lot different"

N3OGH
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Re: Blackberry, Crackberry

I'm due for a device upgrade in July, and I am very interested in the BB 10. So far, it sounds like an interesting handset. I'm not saying I'm going in that direction for sure, but I love checking out new stuff.

My last handset was a Droid Incredible, my current handset is an iPhone 4s. It would be a fresh learning experience to play with the new BB.

My first smart phone was a BB Storm. What a disaster that thing was.

It's nice having all my music on my phone, but I rarely use it. I usually stream Sirius/XM to my phone. From what I hear the new BB OS is uber accommodating in porting apps from iOS and Android.

It should be interesting to see were Blackberry (no longer RIM) goes with it, but I'm predicting rumors of their death have been greatly exaggerated.

They put up with delaying this product to get it right before it hit the market. Something Apple has lost sight of recently, IMHO. iOS 6 never should have been released in it's current form.

This, and their international infrastructure are strengths BB can build on. I think they have a chance of turning the corner....
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sonicmerlin

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Cleveland, OH
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Re: Blackberry, Crackberry

What's wrong with iOS 6?

tito79

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Brewster, NY
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Very well said Eddie.

Eddy120876

join:2009-02-16
Bronx, NY

Re: Blackberry, Crackberry

Thank you Sonicmerlin

whiteshp

join:2002-03-05
Xenia, OH

Never again...

I bought a Blackberry a couple of years ago for $400+. As a plain phone it was good but that was it. It was SOOOooo slow on 3G it felt like dialup and crashed on half of all web pages. The rep had told me how good it was for web and it was the WORST. BB didn't even seem to care about it as support and updates never fixed any issues I could tell. The only good thing about it was support for UMA as a plain phone. Even the buttons were too small for good texting.

When android came along it was so much better I never looked back.
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sonicmerlin

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Re: Never again...

I'm not really a fan of the android lag.