1. Astrobiologist's Avatar
    I have been using a lot of data recently and am thinking of moving my Passport over to Three, since they have unlimited data packages.
    Does Three support Blackberries running 10.3.whatever?
    I don't want it to wither on the vine if they never offer 10.3.3 for instance.

    Any news on 10.3.3 by the way on any network?... Has Blackberry un-pulled it yet?

    Thanks
    03-20-17 07:47 AM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    Curious as to why you think it wouldn't work. It's just like any other device.
    03-20-17 11:47 AM
  3. thurask's Avatar
    Curious as to why you think it wouldn't work. It's just like any other device.
    You'd be surprised, although I checked and Three is in the list.
    03-20-17 03:32 PM
  4. Bla1ze's Avatar
    You'd be surprised, although I checked and Three is in the list.
    Yeah, weird.
    03-20-17 03:40 PM
  5. anon(10190830)'s Avatar
    I have been using a lot of data recently and am thinking of moving my Passport over to Three, since they have unlimited data packages.
    Does Three support Blackberries running 10.3.whatever?
    I don't want it to wither on the vine if they never offer 10.3.3 for instance.

    Any news on 10.3.3 by the way on any network?... Has Blackberry un-pulled it yet?

    Thanks
    I had the same idea, until i went into a Three store, asked a few questions and was told "no VPNs" - dealbreaker.

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    03-20-17 09:43 PM
  6. Astrobiologist's Avatar
    Interesting, please tell me more!
    I have an old iPad 2 which is on Three, and I regularly use VPNs on it with no problem at all. So I wonder if you were misadvised. The only way to tell of course is if anybody reading this has used a VPN successfully on a Blackberry on Three. I can't see how a carrier would prevent a VPN being used on a smartphone but allow it on a tablet... surely the network would be device-agnostic?
    03-21-17 06:48 AM
  7. anon(10190830)'s Avatar
    Interesting, please tell me more!
    I have an old iPad 2 which is on Three, and I regularly use VPNs on it with no problem at all. So I wonder if you were misadvised. The only way to tell of course is if anybody reading this has used a VPN successfully on a Blackberry on Three. I can't see how a carrier would prevent a VPN being used on a smartphone but allow it on a tablet... surely the network would be device-agnostic?
    I was already planning to call Three in the next day or two and make further enquiries, due to being sick of playing telephone tennis with Carphone Warehouse and O2's respective fobbing-off specialists. I'll post results.

    Posted via CB10
    03-21-17 09:39 AM
  8. X3T's Avatar
    I'm on Three with a Passport, but no 10.3.3 in sight

    Posted via CB10
    03-21-17 02:08 PM
  9. Astrobiologist's Avatar
    I DM'd Blackberry on Twitter and they asked for my PIN. Based on this they said I would receive my update in a few "weeks or months". This is actually a different message to others I have seen on Crackberry (where the message says 10.3.3 depends on the carrier). Clearly Blackberry can see whether your phone will receive 10.3.3 as and when it is released by your carrier or if your phone was purchased direct from Blackberry (mine was), in which case they are seemingly going to release 10.3.3 to you themselves directly in some highly protracted manner.
    03-22-17 05:07 AM

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