I am excited.....
Originally Posted by DennyCrane
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So stoked! I'll be too busy to check in while at work tomorrow, but I look forward to the updates when I get home. Have fun!
you and me both!
Yet I'll be finding out if our corporate vendor from Telus has them in stock and to place 7 on hold
Howard, looking forward to the coverage and video details please? Muchas Gracias.
Hi people. The launch is just getting ready!
DerekToronto what time is the launch scheduled for Today?
The whole day! Yes!
I'm going to MAKE sure you guys going to stay with me! Check in this thread...often.
Keynote begins at 10am
ladies and gentlemen, the blackberry experience will begin shortly, please take your seats!
You guys can follow the webcast live here:
on your computer:
on your phone:
RIM Canadian CEO speaks
The launch is happening in: New York, London, Dubai, Toronto, Paris and Johannesburg.
RIM CEO (in New York)
Blackberry 10 is here!
10:16 Thorsten Heins
talking about how he took over as CEO and how great it was.
BB10 is designed for multitaskers, ppl who need balance in professional and personal life and getting things done.
2 yrs ago they had to decide whether to adopt another platform or to go it alone
RIM becomes Blackberry!
RIM is no more, It's now known as Blackberry
Re-designed, Re-engineered and Re-invent!
2 devices, a touch and qwerty
"we proudly present the Blackberry z10 (touch) and q10 (keyboard)"
This is a Telus thread. Telus has no 2G network. Unless you count CDMA which cannot be accessed from its HSPA devices.
Yes but it might require a change of APN. Depends on how Rogers configures things.
I suppose if you want to keep the plan alive and not squander it then it's a reasonable idea. Otherwise paying...
Even if you quit its not the end of the world. I quit twice and came back. Wind has decent plans all the time.
I suspect they may be blocking the SMS Short Code 504-72, or whatever the Apple stuff comes from.
So, um... they're putting 700 into the city and moving the old stuff (850/2100/2600) into rural areas?