Following on from BlackBerry ending their licensing agreement with T-Mobile US and then offering $100 off a device from ShopBlackBerry, T-Mobile CEO John Legere has now countered with the same offer in an open letter for loyal BlackBerry customers discussing the changes and expectations.
If you’re already with T-Mobile, you can continue to count on us for the great service you’ve come to expect, the regular OS updates, and, of course, America’s fastest nationwide 4G LTE network. None of that changes as far as we’re concerned.
And, if you own any BlackBerry that works on our network and also want the fairness and freedom that comes with being a T-Mobile customer, you [...]
BlackBerry today announced that beginning later today, customers in Canada will be able to purchase SIM-unlocked GSM models of the BlackBerry® Z30, BlackBerry® Z10, BlackBerry® Q10 and BlackBerry® Q5 smartphones directly from BlackBerry on the ShopBlackBerry.com site for Canada at http://ca.ShopBlackBerry.com.
All the BlackBerry® 10 smartphones available on the site will be compatible with GSM-based 4G LTE and 4G networks in Canada, as well as other countries around the world with carriers who operate supported GSM networks.
ShopBlackBerry.com also has an assortment of accessories for BlackBerry 10 smartphones and BlackBerry OS models. Customers will find a variety of [...]
BlackBerry has shut down its product development center in Ottawa. 90 employees that have worked on projects, such as the BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry 10, and the BlackBerry Z10, will be let go. This is a big, symbolic loss, as in better times, BlackBerry’s former CEO, Thorsten Heins, referred to its business in the Canadian capitol as “the epicentre of BlackBerry 10 development.”
The cuts apparently happened on the same day (March 18) in which BlackBerry announced that it had laid off 120 workers from its product development and wireless innovations teams in Waterloo.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has talked at length about BlackBerry’s plans to build a Security Innovations [...]
BlackBerry have slashed the price of the Z10 in India for the second time.
The BlackBerry Z10 was launched in India at Rs 43,490, but the price was slashed to Rs 29,990 in September. This second price drop reduces the cost of the Z10 to Rs 17,990.
BlackBerry said the offer is to mark the 10th anniversary of its foray into the Indian market.
Customers can now purchase BlackBerry Z10 running the latest BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.2.1 at a special price of Rs 17,990 in the next 60 days starting immediately, it said in a statement.
BlackBerry has a vast and loyal user base in India and we’re keen to provide these consumers with the unique communication [...]