1. JREwing's Avatar
    Wife just bought a Note 4 on AT&T, and she got all kinds of neat spifs that add up. These were all from the Galaxy Store.
    * Six month subscription to the Wall Street Journal
    * One year Pocket Premium
    * One year Evernote Premium
    * Six months of Barron's
    * Six months of The Economist
    I think there were a few more extras that I can't think of.
    These are not make-or-break incentives, but they sure are nice extras. Just wonder if Blackberry will offer anything like this to entice us.
    BBRYQ10 likes this.
    02-05-15 08:44 PM
  2. AnimalPak200's Avatar
    Lol... you'll be fortunate if they actually hand you a Passport when you buy a Passport.

    Posted via CB10
    momark, Montmartre, iToya and 1 others like this.
    02-05-15 08:56 PM
  3. rebroker2009's Avatar
    Wow! Think I am going to move to the U.S.

    Blackberry Passport running 10.3.1.1151
    02-05-15 09:10 PM
  4. JREwing's Avatar
    These extras were not from AT&T, but from Samsung. BB World should kick in a few niceties to push the Passport.
    02-05-15 09:14 PM
  5. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    Samsung has a lot of partnerships it can leverage. I'm sure BBRY would if it could.
    02-05-15 09:16 PM
  6. lang007's Avatar
    AT&T does not give anything away for free. It is all about the money for them. Not customers. If it don't make dollars it don't make since. AT&T new saying
    02-06-15 11:38 AM
  7. early2bed's Avatar
    Doesn't a spiff usually refer to a bonus that is paid to the salesperson for selling a particular product?
    02-06-15 11:55 AM
  8. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    Doesn't a spiff usually refer to a bonus that is paid to the salesperson for selling a particular product?
    That's how I've heard it used.
    02-06-15 01:12 PM
  9. early2bed's Avatar
    * Six month subscription to the Wall Street Journal
    * One year Pocket Premium
    * One year Evernote Premium
    * Six months of Barron's
    * Six months of The Economist
    I think these are free promotional subscriptions that content providers offer to users to get a few to subscribe later. I doubt the smartphone company or carrier pays for any of it so I imagine there is some reciprocal marketing going on.
    02-06-15 01:34 PM
  10. thymaster's Avatar
    I got a 50gb lifetime free storage from Box by registering a new account on my Passport. I'm not sure if it's a promo or I fluke out.
    02-06-15 01:44 PM
  11. JREwing's Avatar
    I got a 50gb lifetime free storage from Box by registering a new account on my Passport. I'm not sure if it's a promo or I fluke out.
    I remember that I got 50 GB of free storage from Box when I bought by Playbook a few years ago.
    02-06-15 06:14 PM
  12. momark's Avatar
    Lol... you'll be fortunate if they actually hand you a Passport when you buy a Passport.

    Posted via CB10
    Lmao

    Posted via CB10
    02-06-15 06:15 PM
  13. abdullah1982's Avatar
    And chinese cloud give 1TB of free storage. Makes these US cloud seem so old

    Posted via BlackBerry Passport Black Edition
    02-06-15 09:06 PM
  14. mikedolo's Avatar
    Curved edges are good enough
    02-06-15 09:13 PM
  15. AnimalPak200's Avatar
    And chinese cloud give 1TB of free storage. Makes these US cloud seem so old

    Posted via BlackBerry Passport Black Edition
    Lol... who would store anything other than 1TB of porn on a "Chinese cloud"?

    Posted via CB10
    eldrover likes this.
    02-06-15 09:28 PM
  16. weedb0y's Avatar
    BlackBerry doesn't get marketing.

    Posted via Passport.
    02-06-15 09:44 PM
  17. eldrover's Avatar
    And chinese cloud give 1TB of free storage. Makes these US cloud seem so old

    Posted via BlackBerry Passport Black Edition
    You would trust your sensitive data on a "chinese cloud"?

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    thymaster likes this.
    02-06-15 11:31 PM
  18. thymaster's Avatar
    Exactly what I was about to say. I don't trust a totalitarian government to go through my stuff. They can give free unlimited storage and I still wouldn't care or allow my privacy to be violated.

    You would trust your sensitive data on a "chinese cloud"?

    Posted via CB10
    02-07-15 01:17 AM

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