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  1. Guatiao's Avatar
    LOL at the ST:TNG poster!!!!!
    10-10-10 01:56 PM
  2. furinkasan's Avatar
    Well according to reports and blogs I've read despite allLllll this torch hype from RIM and their everlasting commercials! The torch sales are sucking riight now! And doing way worst than expected. With that said AGAIN and eff whoever complains I'm saying it AGAIN, LoL don't you guyS (AT&T) think releasing the 9800 on over to TMOBILE may help out as far as profits go? ***echoes*** send it overRrrrrrrr

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    I wish they would have released the torch with verizon.
    10-10-10 01:58 PM
  3. 67Tucker's Avatar
    the Blackberry Torch is what i Want..
    I know, as you've said that in probably about 938 of your 1300+ posts.
    10-10-10 01:59 PM
  4. Masahiro's Avatar
    I know, as you've said that in probably about 938 of your 1300+ posts.
    This is a Torch forum. What's your point?

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    10-10-10 02:05 PM
  5. mark_rivers19's Avatar
    I know, as you've said that in probably about 938 of your 1300+ posts.
    and i stand by it.
    i can confidently claim that out of 1,300 posts, most of them are helpful to other members who came to the forum to ask questions.
    bluetooth set up, holster choices, how to update to the next OS, data plan questions etc etc.

    how about you tucker? aside from bashing the Torch or speculating about RIMM stocks...what else have you brought to the table?
    10-10-10 02:27 PM
  6. 67Tucker's Avatar
    how about you tucker? aside from bashing the Torch or speculating about RIMM stocks...what else have you brought to the table?
    What else so I need to bring to the table? Forums are about discussion, or so I thought. If everyone just swings on RIM's nuts (as you clearly have no problem admitting ), what is there to discuss?
    10-10-10 02:49 PM
  7. sleepngbear's Avatar
    Oh, it just doesn't matter ... tomorrow MicroShaft is going to officially launch Windows Phone 7, and that's going to blow everything else out of the water.













    10-10-10 02:51 PM
  8. 67Tucker's Avatar
    Oh, it just doesn't matter ... tomorrow MicroShaft is going to officially launch Windows Phone 7, and that's going to blow everything else out of the water.


    And if it does, it will probably be my next phone.
    10-10-10 03:04 PM
  9. SlcCorrado's Avatar
    If everyone just swings on RIM's nuts (as you clearly have no problem admitting ), what is there to discuss?
    Hahaha that is hilarious

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    10-10-10 03:23 PM
  10. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    If you want Windows 7 phone, I would suggest waiting. It will not have tethering, copy and paste, or true multitasking upon initial release. Windows Phone 7 won't support tethering | Beyond Binary - CNET News
    10-10-10 03:25 PM
  11. 67Tucker's Avatar
    If you want Windows 7 phone, I would suggest waiting. It will not have tethering, copy and paste, or true multitasking upon initial release. Windows Phone 7 won't support tethering | Beyond Binary - CNET News
    Thanks for the info. So much for blowing everything out of the water.
    10-10-10 03:30 PM
  12. TheScionicMan's Avatar
    Hahaha that is hilarious

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    He may not be "swinging", but he obviously savors the flavor enough to hang around the biggest Blackberry forum on the web, regardless of how much he tries to deny it ...
    10-10-10 03:37 PM
  13. SlcCorrado's Avatar
    He may not be "swinging", but he obviously savors the flavor enough to hang around the biggest Blackberry forum on the web, regardless of how much he tries to deny it ...
    Nice That is a very valid point! Hahaha

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    10-10-10 03:49 PM
  14. GG1's Avatar
    The biggest blackberry forum on the net also has an Android and apple section.

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    10-10-10 03:53 PM
  15. 67Tucker's Avatar
    He may not be "swinging", but he obviously savors the flavor enough to hang around the biggest Blackberry forum on the web, regardless of how much he tries to deny it ...
    And I carry one for work. So I'm well aware of it's limitations. Thank you.
    10-10-10 04:39 PM
  16. Rickroller's Avatar
    And I carry one for work. So I'm well aware of it's limitations. Thank you.
    I'm not sure I'd classify Pizza Delivery Boy as "work".

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    10-10-10 04:48 PM
  17. mark_rivers19's Avatar
    ^ that's too funny! =)
    10-10-10 04:59 PM
  18. 67Tucker's Avatar
    I'm not sure I'd classify Pizza Delivery Boy as "work".

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    Hey ... guy, long time no hear from. While I will admit that pizza delivery isn't as exotic as being Mike Lazaridis..., it pays the bills.
    10-10-10 07:12 PM
  19. pattste's Avatar
    I wish they would have released the torch with verizon.
    The Torch was developed in collaboration with AT&T. In addition, RIM is now able to sell it all over the world. Let's face it, CDMA/EVO phones have a limited market.
    10-10-10 08:30 PM
  20. Default63's Avatar
    It's no surprise the Torch is selling terribly.
    RIM is great at making business type phones, not consumer phones.
    Combining the two, isn't a great business plan, because it doesn't appeal to either group.

    Not to mention the specs are very underwhelming.
    10-10-10 08:47 PM
  21. pattste's Avatar
    It's no surprise the Torch is selling terribly.
    RIM is great at making business type phones, not consumer phones.
    Combining the two, isn't a great business plan, because it doesn't appeal to either group.

    Not to mention the specs are very underwhelming.
    What evidence do you have that the Torch is "selling terribly"?

    From the September 16th earnings call:

    "Since the Torch launched, sell-through run rates have more than tripled in AT&T retail stores and Torch contributed to the best month ever for BlackBerry Smartphones with Best Buy in August. In fact, based on sell-through in the first three weeks after launching AT&T, Torch is the most successful GSM BlackBerry Smartphone launch in RIM's history."

    The Torch was the best selling phone on Amazon for most of August and September. The Canadian launch was delayed for a week to build stock and yet it sold out at many locations within the first hour.

    Again, where do you get your information or did you just make that up?
    10-10-10 09:03 PM
  22. Rickroller's Avatar
    It's no surprise the Torch is selling terribly.
    RIM is great at making business type phones, not consumer phones.
    Combining the two, isn't a great business plan, because it doesn't appeal to either group.

    Not to mention the specs are very underwhelming.
    And where exactly are these "reports" the OP was talking about? O that's right..nowhere. Considering RIM doesn't release sales data about any particular phone everything is heresay and speculation. And if that's what we're basing sales figures from..then in my area the Torch is a huge seller cuz they're as hard to come by as the iPhone.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    10-10-10 09:07 PM
  23. papped's Avatar
    Yay more poorly constructed flamebait by people with nothing to do...

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    10-10-10 10:56 PM
  24. jcp007's Avatar
    If you feed them, they will come.
    10-10-10 11:08 PM
  25. l1ghtn1ng's Avatar
    Then Google must really be the luckiest company in the world, because according to everyone in here, anyone could have just slapped an OS together and experienced the same success. Lucky them!
    Just because they're selling well doesn't mean people know what they're buying. Right now they're selling because any company can make an Android phone so when people go in to buy a smartphone if they want a good touch screen phone (and don't have AT&T) they're pretty much limited to Android.

    I say within a year Android won't be selling as well as it is now. Why? Because Windows Phone 7 will be out soon and Nokia will release MeeGo (which I'm excited about) so phone manufacturers will have more options when choosing an OS
    10-10-10 11:58 PM
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