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Topic # 123404 6-Jul-2013 11:33
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I have my BlackBerry Z10 for sale now. It works in both Telecom or Vodafone. It's 4G (LTE) compatible (both Vodafone now and Telecom when the service is introduced) 16GB internal memory plus microSD card slot.

It will work on 2degrees for voice and SMS only, no mobile data (due to compatibility in the way APNs are handled by BlackBerry devices).

You do not need to have a BlackBerry service anymore to use data. Just pop the SIM card and you're ready to go.

Beautiful phone, really nice to hold. I just have too many devices now.

Asking $700 (shipping incl).




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  Reply # 850043 6-Jul-2013 11:33
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  Reply # 851485 9-Jul-2013 12:28
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You're not keeping it?




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  Reply # 862494 20-Jul-2013 10:11
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I'd quite like a Q10 to replace my Curve. But a) I don't want to pay for it and b) our infrastructure at work doesn't support BB10 yet (and unsure when it will)




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  Reply # 862515 20-Jul-2013 11:39
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BES must need upgrading



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  Reply # 862522 20-Jul-2013 12:03
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Yes... The good thing about BlackBerry 10 though is that now you can slap any SIM card and get data. Direct access to configure Exchange, GMail and other email platforms. No needs of a mobile operator "plan" for that anymore.




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  Reply # 862596 20-Jul-2013 14:41
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freitasm: What is the infrastructure problem? Device management or email platform?


Device management. ActiveSync isn't considered secure enough, and you need to upgrade BES to support BB10 (and run older BES to support older Blackberry devices). I can't imagine it will happen any time soon. They will have to plan it, test it, implement it and these things don't happen quickly...at all.




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  Reply # 876271 13-Aug-2013 09:55
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The news is reporting that Blackberry is up for sale...this post kind of points to the reason why.



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  Reply # 876298 13-Aug-2013 10:12
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Hmm. Not really. It's just that I have too many handsets here, more than I need. Up soon a Huawei as well.




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  Reply # 876299 13-Aug-2013 10:15
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You misunderstand...no-one really wants to buy a Blackberry these days. This post is showing that and is the reason Blackberry is selling up...they are struggling.

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  Reply # 876349 13-Aug-2013 10:54
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myopinion: You misunderstand...no-one really wants to buy a Blackberry these days. This post is showing that and is the reason Blackberry is selling up...they are struggling.


I have a love/hate relationship with my BB (OS7)

It's a work phone and it is great for email, but the OS is really out of date. I'd be VERY keen for a BB10 device to replace it if my employer was a) paying and b) we actually had BB10 infrastructure (BES10), which they currently have no plans to move to because they can still buy and support existing BB7 OS devices.




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