BLACKBERRY PASSPORT SELLING WELL DESPITE LACKING VERIZON ATT LAUNCH SUPPORT

Blackberry Passport Selling Well Despite Lacking Verizon Att Launch Support

AT&T Mobility (NYSE: T) has said it will sell the device, though it hasn’t yet announced a price. BlackBerry said the phone will go for $599 without carrier (1) … AT&T Mobility will sell the BlackBerry Passport and Classic starting Feb. Android Wear notifications will now be supported by Pebble’s smart watches.(2)

No U.S. Launch Event For The BlackBerry Passport, But Does …

Sep 4, 2014Some BlackBerry loyalists are worried about the lack of a US launch event for the Passport, and fret about the price.(3) … Mar 16, 2015Morgan Stanley’s analyst covering the company said that sales of the BlackBerry Passport and BlackBerry Classic are “not tracking anywhere close (4)

BlackBerry hopes ‘love it or hate it’ Passport earns it a second …

Sep 24, 2014As with the original BlackBerry 10 launch, the lack of carrier support remains a problem. BlackBerry plans to sell the Passport on its own site, (5) … Oct 17, 2014Alternately, Verizon could get the Passport after the (alleged) AT&T exclusive ends. That would probably be about 6 months after the AT&T launch (6)

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