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  1. BBrickk's Avatar
    And now, Telus has completely removed the Dtek50 and Leap. Are they slowly narrowing it down or have they changed their mind about the 60?
    11-28-16 12:09 PM
  2. mikedolo's Avatar
    Lol. More like Blackberry decides to sell phone online only
    11-28-16 06:49 PM
  3. BB-Daniel's Avatar
    You are not asking the right questions, even when speaking with L&R. Your second problem is there are different levels of support depending on the Account Status Type. You can be setup with Unlimited Nationwide Calling - CAN to CAN/US; 5GB or 6GB of Data; Unlimited SMS/MMS and VM10 for $60.00 per month on this specific network.
    If you wish to reach out to discuss this further, please feel free.
    11-30-16 06:59 PM
  4. bmaw604's Avatar
    Such a bummer. No idea what I'm going to get now. Currently have a PP
    But it has so many popups now.

    Posted via CB10
    11-30-16 08:48 PM
  5. anon(4233493)'s Avatar
    Such a bummer. No idea what I'm going to get now. Currently have a PP
    But it has so many popups now.

    Posted via CB10
    Guy, cheaper to BYOD and buy DTEK60 outright. Check out Public Mobile, which is Telus LTE network. You'll find a plan for half what you're paying.
    11-30-16 09:33 PM
  6. laid-back's Avatar
    Obviously BlackBerry dropped the towel, with no carrier support the sales figures will be very small and signal BlackBerry exit from hardware once and for all.
    11-30-16 09:49 PM
  7. Condoleeza's Avatar
    I think it depends on your location. I get a discount with Rogers so only pay 50 for 6gb of data and unlimited nationwide calling and all the rest so it's not a huge deal for me to lock into a contract.
    I'm paying $60 with Rogers on a Corp plan with 3gb of data. I have been with Rogers since 1990 when they were still called Cantel. How did you swing that deal? I just finished my 2 year contract and bought the DTEK60.
    12-03-16 07:07 AM
  8. meattray's Avatar
    I'm paying $60 with Rogers on a Corp plan with 3gb of data. I have been with Rogers since 1990 when they were still called Cantel. How did you swing that deal? I just finished my 2 year contract and bought the DTEK60.
    In Manitoba where our plans are cheaper to begin with I guess?
    12-05-16 11:29 AM
  9. koool1's Avatar
    Problem is even BlackBerry loyalists are not all that aware that these run Android. Was talking to my sister and she just migrated from a Q10 to an S7. She said "I wanted to move to Android". No idea about the Dtek60 or 50. Then she said - " I thought BlackBerry stopped making phones".

    BlackBerry has done themselves in with terrible communication and marketing - as usual.
    12-05-16 11:57 AM
  10. Condoleeza's Avatar
    In Manitoba where our plans are cheaper to begin with I guess?
    I guess that won't give me much leverage when I call Rogers to get a better deal
    12-05-16 04:43 PM
  11. meattray's Avatar
    Ha ha, where are you located? Seems like it depends on if there's a local offering. We'll be toast soon now that Bell has purchased MTS so I'm assuming our rates will go up similar to other places. I know when I spoke with a Rogers rep he said he had the same plan I did but was paying close to $120 per month in Ontario.
    12-05-16 04:52 PM
  12. Condoleeza's Avatar
    Ha ha, where are you located?
    I'm in Toronto. I guess I better stick with my $60 plan & 3 gb and shut up!
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    12-05-16 04:59 PM
  13. khlover520's Avatar
    Buy unlocked and support BlackBerry Shop. I've given up buying phones from carriers years ago.

    Posted via CB10
    12-05-16 11:57 PM
  14. buwee's Avatar
    Guy, cheaper to BYOD and buy DTEK60 outright. Check out Public Mobile, which is Telus LTE network. You'll find a plan for half what you're paying.
    Public Mobile might be ok for people that doesn't need reliability. I know several people using them and most are finding you get what you pay for so for myself, I stay clear of them
    12-10-16 07:31 PM
  15. Alain_A's Avatar
    Public Mobile might be ok for people that doesn't need reliability. I know several people using them and most are finding you get what you pay for so for myself, I stay clear of them
    Depending where you live.
    Me in the Canadian out west with Telus 68.71$/month with 2 gig of data. ( before I was paying $80.00/month)
    My daughter in Quebec she bought through bell, she pay $80.00/ month for unlimited everywhere with 6 gig of data.
    When I heard that I called Telus and talked about it. Their answer was "we can not compete with the east"
    I said then let shut down my phone and I'll get a number from the east. Then they brought my plan down
    stlabrat likes this.
    12-10-16 11:46 PM
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