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  1. dale-c's Avatar
    I use mine for both. My wife had a iphone, then got a z10 for a bit. She didn't like it as well as her iphone, now she has a passport. She brags about it constantly. She says best phone yet. She's a stay at home mother and primarily uses is for text, emails for the church, Social media, and to take tons of pictures of the 6 kids. She's so in love with the passport that she is always on it. (also shopping apps). Can't forget that. Lol

    Posted via CB10
    We just had our third and I love the low light quality. I can take pictures without a flash and they turn out. A flash seems to bother babies for up close pictures like this, but this was in low light without flash.
    Passport for personal use?-img_20141230_172426.jpg

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    12-31-14 10:11 PM
  2. wassim29's Avatar
    Congrats dale, beautiful pic, nicely done on both ... but keep in mind when your hand is a little shaky the cam will trying to focus... at least that what happened in my case

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    01-01-15 03:41 AM
  3. iamci's Avatar
    I'm using it for personal use. Hope it can successfully replace my Galaxy Note 3!

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    01-01-15 01:00 PM
  4. Vintage123's Avatar
    I also use it for personal use. Probably moreso for personal than business but I use it for both.

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    01-01-15 04:50 PM
  5. msmcmillan's Avatar
    Beautiful for personal use...no regrets at all...

    01-02-15 01:02 AM
  6. olee2222's Avatar
    Thanks everyone, I reckon come Jan I will invest,they are about 450 uk at carphone and amazon.
    Try amazon warehouse deals (among the used offers) - I got mine on amazon.de for 100 Euro less, and it was not even opened. Amazon gives two years warranty for warehouse deals, or if not repairable, they refund. You can also return in 30 days without reasons.
    01-02-15 12:54 PM
  7. tfitzpat03's Avatar
    I've used every blackberry I've ever had for personal use as well as for business. Blackberry bridges business and personal together like no other.

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    01-02-15 01:22 PM
  8. zipro's Avatar
    Thinking of upgrading my z10 for a passport. It's a personal phone so main use would be e mail, text, Internet, twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Crackberry of course and news apps (independent, guardian etc).
    How do these apps perform and would it be overkill just to use it as a personal (non work) phone?

    Posted by my splendid Z10
    I have an iPhone 6 Plus for personal use and the Passport for work. I prefer not having my work email on my personal phone. Plus I need the google apps on my private phone etc.

    If you only do Facebook, twitter etc. and don't my having your work mail pop up over the weekend (or disabling that email account during that time), the passport will do great as a combined device.
    01-03-15 02:21 AM
  9. keepingsane101's Avatar
    Nothing wrong for personal use. Its up to the user how an item is used . If someone wants to use their tablet as a phone, who am I to say no?

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    01-03-15 03:27 AM
  10. spacemanZ10's Avatar
    I've taken the plunge and it lands monday! Very excited. Just one more question,
    I take the sim from my zed, put it in and log in with my existing BlackBerry id, will it recognise me, or will I automatically get a new id?
    Also if i use my old id will it download my existing apps, ( hopefully not) or will it just be as factory set?
    Re apps, I had issues on the zed so want to do one at a time and see if any cause problems?

    Posted by my splendid Z10
    01-03-15 04:04 AM
  11. Ariozo's Avatar
    Use my passport for 99% what I do, and works perfect. And the size like a few feel can be to big is no problem for me..coming from iphone6+,note4 and nexus6 it even feel small and handy..

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    01-03-15 04:11 AM
  12. guygardner73's Avatar
    I use mine for both and all the apps I use work very well. News is excellent on the passport as the screen provides a superior reading experience.

    PassportSQW100-1/ O2 UK
    01-03-15 04:35 AM
  13. Tracey S1's Avatar
    Hi Saabhonda
    Unless you want to have a Sim only plan you can get it from Vodafone as well. I've got mine from Carphone Warehouse. There is a branch in every town so you could pick it up. Unless of course you work or live near Selfridges

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    01-03-15 04:57 AM
  14. wassim29's Avatar
    I think your ID will stay the same. But the pin will change? Cause I noticed the the pin I have is write in the passport box and it wasn't assigned to me.

    CB10 Passporter
    01-04-15 03:54 AM
  15. debs222's Avatar
    Got my passport today moved from z10, which I loved with a passion. Wow this is better. What a phone. Do it u won't regret it.

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    01-04-15 04:05 AM
  16. tagumcity's Avatar
    The Passport is an "introduction" to another "level" of communication and computing. Blackberry has hit the ball way out of the park with this device. Imagine future iterations of the Passport? Or when it's features are integrated into the Classic's form? My Passport is kept close by. The Classic is the most comfortable device for me to have 24/7.
    01-04-15 10:11 AM
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