1. user1234567's Avatar
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    01-27-11 10:44 PM
  2. mrlee7's Avatar
    What do you guys think? With leaked CDMA Roadmap that came out a little earlier, do you think that the Montana is a Sprint phone, VZW phone, or both? I sure hope its the BIG RED. (No offense to Sprint users obviously) Let me know what you think.

    Brandon
    Well since both Verizon and Sprint offer the Bold 9650 i think its okay to assume both will offer the Montana.
    01-27-11 11:19 PM
  3. Stein357's Avatar
    I am guessing yes, they will.
    01-27-11 11:36 PM
  4. skyboxer's Avatar
    Anyone care to guess a price? 750 off contract, 350 on a 2 year, 425 on a 1 year?
    Not that it matters. Plenty of time to save up
    01-28-11 09:04 AM
  5. Stonedicator's Avatar
    I am very excited to see the 9000 form factor come back to life this year. The specs look plenty good.

    I am just hoping all these great phones arent going to be tied to 3g speed. RIM put LTE in the Montana and you for sure have a buyer in me. I don't think I will be able to sign a 2 year contract on 3g it just seems like old tech now... and I obbviously want top of the line
    01-28-11 12:15 PM
  6. jebulls's Avatar
    Anyone care to guess a price? 750 off contract, 350 on a 2 year, 425 on a 1 year?
    Not that it matters. Plenty of time to save up
    I would guess it will be cheaper than that......You can get a high end droid with better specs for less money! Time will tell!
    01-29-11 06:41 PM
  7. Mamaluka's Avatar
    I'm so excited about this CDMA Bold - I just charged up my dead 9000 and am posting on it right now with no SIM using WiFi. Yeahhhh!!!!

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    01-29-11 09:47 PM
  8. vrs626's Avatar
    I am very excited to see the 9000 form factor come back to life this year. The specs look plenty good.

    I am just hoping all these great phones arent going to be tied to 3g speed. RIM put LTE in the Montana and you for sure have a buyer in me. I don't think I will be able to sign a 2 year contract on 3g it just seems like old tech now... and I obbviously want top of the line
    It doesn't look like its going to be an LTE device. Huge letdown.
    01-30-11 12:23 AM
  9. Mamaluka's Avatar
    It doesn't look like its going to be an LTE device. Huge letdown.
    Ohhh, well, RIM has that covered. See...6 months after Verizon unleashes the Montana (which we waited 2 years for), RIM will unleash the Wyoming (the LTE version) so us consumers can get a proper a**fu*king...the good old fashioned way; with NO lube. Yay!

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    01-30-11 04:37 PM
  10. dcgore's Avatar
    I think RIM will be waiting for most if not all carriers to transition to LTE. As many of you know AT&T will be using HSPA+ until full LTE rollout. It would be very hard as a manufacturer to make some devices LTE, some HSPA+, etc.
    01-31-11 12:53 PM
  11. vrs626's Avatar
    I think RIM will be waiting for most if not all carriers to transition to LTE. As many of you know AT&T will be using HSPA+ until full LTE rollout. It would be very hard as a manufacturer to make some devices LTE, some HSPA+, etc.
    Other carriers seem to be able to do it, so should RIM.
    01-31-11 05:42 PM
  12. m0dem's Avatar
    It will probably be made available on both sprint and verizon
    01-31-11 11:31 PM
  13. Jimieo's Avatar
    Rim is not a wireless carrier

    Other carriers seem to be able to do it, so should RIM.
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    01-31-11 11:47 PM
  14. vrs626's Avatar
    Rim is not a wireless carrier



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    Oops mistyped. Thanks for pointing out my mistake.
    02-01-11 10:29 AM
  15. Dimitrie's Avatar
    It will be on verizon sooner than you think....

    EXCLUSIVE: Time frame for upcoming Verizon phones - Phone Arena
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    02-03-11 08:43 PM
  16. leftypepper716's Avatar
    Anyone care to guess a price? 750 off contract, 350 on a 2 year, 425 on a 1 year?
    Not that it matters. Plenty of time to save up
    If you're talking about the U.S., I'd assume both Verizon and Sprint will carry the Bold Touch price it normally to $199.99 for 2yr new or upgrade. Doubtful the price would be higher

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    02-05-11 08:05 AM
  17. LikeWebOS's Avatar
    It will be on verizon sooner than you think....

    EXCLUSIVE: Time frame for upcoming Verizon phones - Phone Arena
    Just saw this, and I hope it becomes true for Verizon. My girlfriend has a Tour now, but its starting to crap out on her. She could get the current Bold 9650, but she might be able to hold out a little bit longer. If it had LTE built into it, I would probably get it myself.
    02-24-11 01:06 PM
  18. pblakk's Avatar
    It better be on VZW, supposed to support UMTS on 2100 band right?

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    02-25-11 09:13 PM
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