- CrackBerry User
01-31-2013, 02:42 PM #26
- 34 Posts
A big surprise ? Hum... Alicia Keys try to convince us that she really work for Blackberry. I think that's all that we didn't know before this keynote.
Or maybe the launch only for the UK (why UK?) And the reste of the world have to wait... I'm waiting for a year, i know how to do.French Blacberry addict. Blackberry by choice.
- CrackBerry User
01-31-2013, 03:05 PM #27
- 63 Posts
This is even worse!
I would be not surprised if by the end of March, RIM would announce some sort of delivery issues and would start blaming rising oil prices and the oil cartels.
I guess I just wait until more people get frustrated and jump ship and prices go down to attract people back with a penny for device + 2 year contract like it happened with the 9800.
- Zen Master
01-31-2013, 09:16 PM #28
- 8,684 Posts
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JMO. Don't like it- whatever. So, I've gotten past the delay and I have a 9810, a SGlll, and a confiscated iPhone IV(now have two) that was my sons until he forgot who pays the d8mn bill. But, for BlackBerry to put in all the work, sacrifices to keep from going under for the last two years, endure all the BS(some not) media press for this? So, are the advertising out there now or will it start after the Superbowl? I haven't seen any so far. Are there ads running in the UK? It would have went over better to move the launch back or at least have said it months ago that the U.S. will be releasing in April......and actually release earlier in March. Yes. ppl would still be pissed off. But, launch - yesterday! New Superbowl Ad - Sunday(w/ the game played in the U.S.- not UK), and new BB10s released to the U.S. carriers - March(ish)? I do have to agree with some of the sentiments on here. LOL. I may not be the brightest wood chip on the fire, but, this is not effin' rocket science either. BTW, I have a drawer full of BlackBerries and other assorted smart/dumb phones. I post this not to brag, but as a reminder so when ppl post disclaimers for or try to explain the action of BlackBerry- save it. Some things are repetitive. Case in point- delays. This one has slightly bad timing for BlackBerry that is trying to renew faith in the product and the "company"- stateside. Remember?From the head MOFO in charge:
"BlackBerry has acknowledged how important the U.S. market will be to its turnaround efforts. "You got to win here to win everywhere else," BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins told the AP. "That's just the way it is."click the ↓button↓
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