1. stevec66's Avatar
    Tks, good to know I have my $700, ready to purchase

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    03-18-17 07:11 PM
  2. jakie55's Avatar
    I feel for you folks.... In Canada, Telus and Bell share towers, so phones on either carrier just work across the country. Rogers is a little smaller, and so their coverage in remote rural areas may be sketchy. I would lose it having to figure out just which carrier worked in what area. All three are GSM carriers, so unlocked phones just work. Of course, we pay the Canada tax to have the convenience.
    03-18-17 07:40 PM
  3. rhp525i's Avatar
    Tks, good to know I have my $700, ready to purchase

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    I will be attending the crackberry meetup in NYC next wed and get to test out the KEYONE personally. I will be sharing some photos and thoughts afterwards. Looking forward to it.

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    03-18-17 08:11 PM
  4. eshropshire's Avatar
    There are already several unlocked devices that you can use on the Verizon network. As long as the phone has the right frequencies you can use it on Verizon.
    03-20-17 12:44 PM
  5. crucial bbq's Avatar
    I hope they release it unlocked soon, so we those who want it can get it and then start talking about it and showing others how awesome the phone is.
    ...then by the time it does hit the carriers ya'll will talk about how old and outdated it is.
    03-21-17 10:54 AM
  6. slagman5's Avatar
    Exception... rather than the rule. But the US is a rather large country, so it's hard to say what is true of the South West is going to be the same in the North East, much less on even smaller scales. We all have to use what works best in our little corner of the world.
    Um, neither, different places have different coverage for different carriers. There is no one "best," just which is best for where you live or spend most of your time...

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    03-21-17 11:12 AM
  7. TLD1's Avatar
    Sadly, if Verizon does what Verizon is famous for (dragging their feet)...they will probably pick up the KEYone last, right about the time people are over it like they did the Priv.
    03-21-17 11:35 AM
  8. SC457's Avatar
    I am planning on buying unlocked from BlackBerry to run on AT&T as soon as it's released. No reason to get from AT&T anymore since their plans are now paying full price for phones in payments. I prefer the unlocked anyway in case I travel internationally.

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    03-21-17 11:46 AM
  9. sxchan's Avatar
    ...then by the time it does hit the carriers ya'll will talk about how old and outdated it is.
    Well it's better for me to use it for a bit and then say it's outdated, then for me to say that it's outdated before it even hits the market.

    I wish they would give us some type of update on the phone, so those that want it know when we can expect it.
    03-21-17 11:48 AM
  10. crucial bbq's Avatar
    Well it's better for me to use it for a bit and then say it's outdated, then for me to say that it's outdated before it even hits the market.

    I wish they would give us some type of update on the phone, so those that want it know when we can expect it.
    My comment was tongue-in-cheek, but this is what happened with the Verizon-branded PRIVs, however.
    03-21-17 12:00 PM
  11. keyboardsrock's Avatar
    Agreed. Verizon has by far the best service between Boston and D.C., especially in rural areas.
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