Category: BlackBerry

Verizon Wireless 0

BlackBerry Z30 comes dressed in Verizon

BlackBerry Z30 is certainly heading for Verizon release as we can see in the leaked render of the phone posted by @evleaks via twitter. The image spoils us with BlackBerry Z30 posing in a Verizon label. The BlackBerry Z30 includes a 5-icher AMOLED 720 p display which makes it the largest BB smartphone; it operates using a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4...

BlackBerry with a controversial letter to users 0

BlackBerry posts an open letter to consumers,fans and customers in general

Despite all the talking and comments on both on the internet and in the media BlackBerry posted an open letter addressed to customers partners and fans. The handset manufacturer stated confidently despite all the fuss around the company “You can continue to count on BlackBerry”. Vigorously fighting for survival, trying to show that it is not on the way to...

BlackBerry Z30 arrives in US through the GSM Nation retailer for $629.99 unlocked 0

BlackBerry Z30 unlocked already available in GSM Nation for $629.99

BlackBerry announced its flagship Z30 few weeks ago but it is still not clear when the phone will arrive at the US carriers. According to latest news and rumors, the handset will be offered by Verizon, but no additional information has been revealed on this topic. Fortunately there is more than one ways to get the wanted smartphone and buying...

Verizon will launch BlackBerry Z30 according to a recent leak 0

Verizon-branded BlackBerry Z30 appears in FCC documentation

Only yesterday we share the news that the flagship BlackBerry Z30 is already up for sells in UK retailers that are shipping it internationally. Customers can buy the Z30 unlocked and get it shipped to their homes. The costs for the device are a little more than $800. BlackBerry ha snot announced yet when and who will be launching the...

Q10 and Z10 unlocked listed in BlackBerry’s web store 0

BlackBerry Q10 and Z10 now available off-contract

The majority of mobile users buy their new devices tied with a contract with current carrier. This way of purchasing new smartphones has its advantages. For example, the price of the subsidized handsets is significantly lower than the unlocked devices. Another benefit is the possibility to use promotions and discounts offered by the carrier. There are also trade-in programs and...

Sprint will have the strategy to “wait and see” about BlackBerry 0

Sprint will no follow the example of T-Mobile regarding BlackBerry devices, at least for now

Just recently T-Mobile, one of the largest carriers in the US announced that it is planning to stop stocking on BlackBerry devcis in its stores. Instead, the company will offer the devices by the Canadian manufacturer only via its web stores and will ship the handsets to their owners. This will be the case for everyone that buys BlackBerry from...

BlackBerry smartphones will not be offered in T-Mobile stores, only online 0

T-Mobile announced it is not planning to stock on BlackBerry devices in its stores

T-Mobile has announced that it not stock on BlackBerry devices in its stores in the near future, because of low demands from customers. This does not mean that the carrier will not sell the BlackBerry phones. It will just focus on offering the devices only online and will ship the phones to their owners. The news was announced by the...

BlackBerry will be purchased soon by Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited consortium 0

BlackBerry completed the first stage of the acquisition by Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited

BlackBerry is having one of the hardest and toughest years in the history of the company. Not long ago, the Canadian manufacturer announced that it is considering partial or total selling of the company. Back then there were no clues about who will be interested in buying the mobile giant. The price of BlackBerry was also a mystery. Now we...

BlackBerry reducing its workforce 0

BlackBerry reducing its workers by 40%

Well, as we see BBM app soon appearing officially soon we will see 40% of BlackBerry workers go away for good from the company. The report suggests that the redundancies that are going to take place will not be done at once but will rather be conducted across the board at different times of the coming year. A report published...