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    BlackBerry 10 Z | New BlackBerry 10 Phone | T-Mobile

    This caught my eye: "T-Mobile’s new 4G LTE BlackBerry Z10 is powered by BlackBerry® 10."
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    =( Wanted to pick one up this morning
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    If only we knew the in-store date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TequilaAddict View Post
    If only we knew the in-store date.
    There was a leak earlier this month that suggested March 27(). Now what exactly this date means (if even true), I don't know.

    I don't keep track of TMO's other phone offerings, but is this, the z10 Lisbon, the first announced LTE phone on the carrier?? Is this even the Lisbon if it gets LTE?
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    I don't keep track of the phones by their code names, so I don't know.
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    Laguna is the CDMA variant, so let's leave that aside.

    London was supposed to be the LTE variant, AT&T bound.
    Lisbon was supposed to be T-Mobile bound with HSPA+ only.

    But if T-Mobile says they're getting an LTE model, is it still the Lisbon?
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    That's why I don't keep up with the code names....
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    You have that mixed up

    Lisbon/laguna is the LTE variants while London is the HSPA+ one

    TMO will be getting an LTE verson
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    Quote Originally Posted by trueredsoxfan_58 View Post
    You have that mixed up

    Lisbon/laguna is the LTE variants while London is the HSPA+ one

    TMO will be getting an LTE verson
    And that's why I shouldn't keep up with code names and stick to numbers. TA, pass the tequila.

    Seriously though, was T-Mobile always supposed to get an LTE variant?
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    Here ya go...........

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    Soooo

    is tmobile getting LTE z10??

    Also has anyone thought about getting one from our northern neighbors and unlocking it for tmobile? Will it be LTE? I did this with a rogers 9900 for att a year or so ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by austriker View Post
    Soooo

    is tmobile getting LTE z10??
    Yes. According to the link in my OP, T-Mobile is getting the LTE z10.

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    Also has anyone thought about getting one from our northern neighbors and unlocking it for tmobile? Will it be LTE? I did this with a rogers 9900 for att a year or so ago.
    According to Wikipedia, the Big Three in Canada are using the same frequency that T-Mobile is said to use for LTE (1700 MHz.) However, it doesn't list T-Mobile's band on that frequency (maybe someone who knows could chime in.) And bands are something that will matter.
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    Yes. According to the link in my OP, T-Mobile is getting the LTE z10.



    According to Wikipedia, the Big Three in Canada are using the same frequency that T-Mobile is said to use for LTE (1700 MHz.) However, it doesn't list T-Mobile's band on that frequency (maybe someone who knows could chime in.) And bands are something that will matter.
    Nice. Thanks! I added my email to get updates from them.

    Also hopefully someone will chime in on the bands. If it works lte I would very much want to find a white z10
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    Quote Originally Posted by raino View Post
    Yes. According to the link in my OP, T-Mobile is getting the LTE z10.



    According to Wikipedia, the Big Three in Canada are using the same frequency that T-Mobile is said to use for LTE (1700 MHz.) However, it doesn't list T-Mobile's band on that frequency (maybe someone who knows could chime in.) And bands are something that will matter.
    T-Mobile only has 4G now. Their network isn't ready for LTE yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TequilaAddict View Post
    T-Mobile only has 4G now. Their network isn't ready for LTE yet.
    I thought they were supposed to begin testing in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago, and in Kansas City this month? I thought the original (very ambitious) plan was to launch the network in the summer...
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    Well, they probably will have LTE sometime this year.... but no LTE right now.
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    A bit late for my liking, but it matches up with a previous leak.

    Now only if we could get some news about WiFi calling...
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    At least February is the shortest month!
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    Some good news. Hopefully it pans out: T-Mo Getting Z10 Mid-March if not Sooner
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    T-Mobile Aiming To Be First With BlackBerry Z10 Launch In The U.S. With Mid-March Release | TechCrunch

    T-Mobile says that BlackBerry’s new Z10 smartphone is “more stable than … anticipated,” and could potentially get a faster-than-expected launch on the network. As it stands, the new BB10-based smartphone looks to be on track for a mid-March release, according to statements made by T-Mobile USA Head of Business Sales Frank Sickinger speaking to Bloomberg today. The company anticipates it could be the first U.S. carrier “out of the gate” with BB10 as a result, according to the report.

    Anticipated launch dates for the BlackBerry Z10 in the U.S. had pointed to a March 27 launch on T-Mobile, according to a leaked roadmap published by TmoNews earlier this week. While that date may have originally been accurate based on the carrier’s assumption of how long the Z10 would take to clear testing, Sickinger’s words today suggest that the timeframe has been pushed up.

    The Z10 is already out and available in the Canadian and U.K. markets, and BlackBerry has been issuing reports of early sales success in both countries. The launch in Canada on Rogers is reported to have seen initial sales numbering in the “thousands,” making for a record launch day for a single BlackBerry device, and in the U.K. many outlets report being sold out. That said, BlackBerry still isn’t releasing any specific sales numbers, which casts some doubt on how successful sales have actually been, in relative terms compared to the larger smartphone industry.

    The Z10 will retail on T-Mobile for $199 with a new two-year agreement, and will be offered to business customers ahead of its consumer launch, with about a week’s worth of lead time. If T-Mobile can get the Z10 in customer hands a bit faster than its competition, that might help it win over some more business customers to its cause. But this could just spur other carriers to try to speed up their own testing processes, which should please the eager U.S.-based BB-heads out there.
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