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  1. MobileMadness002's Avatar
    I'm all for it as long as BlackBerry eats the cost of it and does not try and pass the cost to me. I guess they. Could run multiple batches and charge extra for the double sim edition


    Z30, Z30STA100-5/10.3.1.1016, I missed you.
    11-09-14 05:59 PM
  2. ymb's Avatar
    Yes, they acquired Movirtu, which should make dual sim phones obsolete.

    Posted from the original Zed (Z10)
    Well then what's the whole story about apple trying and not being able to get carriers to allow it?

    Z30STA100-3/10.2.1.3289
    11-09-14 06:03 PM
  3. MobileMadness002's Avatar
    Well then what's the whole story about apple trying and not being able to get carriers to allow it?

    Z30STA100-3/10.2.1.3289
    Does apple really care if the user has to pay roaming charges? I never read up on apple so this is a legit question.

    Z30, Z30STA100-5/10.3.1.1016, I missed you.
    11-09-14 06:10 PM
  4. anon(6038817)'s Avatar
    Well then what's the whole story about apple trying and not being able to get carriers to allow it?

    Z30STA100-3/10.2.1.3289
    Movirtu is a different technology than Apple's new sim.

    I'm not even sure they would need to get carrier approval to make it work.

    Posted from the original Zed (Z10)
    11-09-14 08:17 PM
  5. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    Didn't BlackBerry buy a company that allows more than one number on a sim?

    Z30STA100-3/10.2.1.3289
    Apparently it needs to be with the same carrier / provider, afaik.

    So I can't have Optus and BOOST here in Australia in one phone, using this tech. :-(



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    11-27-14 04:36 PM
  6. Babis Moraitis's Avatar
    We are interested to move in Blackberry (not only as business users but also as app developers) and there is only one problem. We need a multi sim smart phone for us and for our customers (dual or triple with micro sim size).

    I hope that BB will release soon a multi sim BB Passport. We are located in Europe and we need to combine on a single smart phone a Personal number and a Business number (from different gsm operators). When visiting for business another country we need to have also the option to use a local sim on one device.

    I hope that Blackberry will not keep us waiting ages for a multi sim passport. Virtual sim is a good idea but it needs GSM operators to install those platforms. Gsm operators is almost utopic that they will invest on that soon. The normal multi sim is better and works all over the world.
    01-09-15 11:53 PM
  7. johnny_bravo72's Avatar
    The point is that if it's true that operators didn't want the simless multi solution, they probably would not want a multi carrier SIM either.

    When did you see an operator selling dual SIM phones?
    Depends on where you're located. My LG G2 Mini is a dual SIM version and it came from our local carrier/operator.

    Posted from an ME173X
    01-10-15 12:07 AM
  8. joekiser's Avatar
    Dual-SIM variant is a requirement. I have an Android on the way to replace my beloved Passport because it allows me to not have to carry around two phones all the time. Sad, but true.
    01-19-15 04:14 PM
  9. leojzueg's Avatar
    How about duel SD card storage. My BlackBerry really could use 2 128 SD cards. Endless movies and music for those long plane trips

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    01-30-15 12:17 AM
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