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  1. BryantCarpio's Avatar
    I purchased the Z10 at launch in the US, and ended up giving it to my brother when I got the Q10. I have just purchased another Z10 privately for $120. I am glad I got a great device for a steal, but does this bother anyone that BlackBerry has zero value in the market? Specifically the US market.

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    12-12-13 10:14 PM
  2. grant hadisurya's Avatar
    Where did purchase it? Please give me the link.

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    12-12-13 10:20 PM
  3. faceless_el's Avatar
    Where did purchase it? Please give me the link.

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    OP said private sale.
    12-12-13 10:24 PM
  4. poisonfree's Avatar
    In Germany you get more ? for a used BlackBerry z10 as you have to pay for a new one. Strange.

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    12-13-13 05:49 AM
  5. lnichols's Avatar
    It will probably prevent me from being early adopter of anything BlackBerry again. Between my PlayBook week one purchase and Z10 week one purchase I paid over $1300 for devices that rapidly lost value and both can be bought for about $300 combined now. I should have bought an iPad because it would be worth more and still supported by Apple unlike the PlayBook. I bet my kids iPhone 5 could still fetch $500 aftermarket.

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    12-13-13 06:43 AM
  6. KermEd's Avatar
    I purchased the Z10 at launch in the US, and ended up giving it to my brother when I got the Q10. I have just purchased another Z10 privately for $120. I am glad I got a great device for a steal, but does this bother anyone that BlackBerry has zero value in the market? Specifically the US market.

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    No it doesn't bother me.

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    12-13-13 06:45 AM
  7. lnichols's Avatar
    It will probably prevent me from being early adopter of anything BlackBerry again. Between my PlayBook week one purchase and Z10 week one purchase I paid over $1300 for devices that rapidly lost value and both can be bought for about $300 combined now. I should have bought an iPad because it would be worth more and still supported by Apple unlike the PlayBook. I bet my kids iPhone 5 could still fetch $500 aftermarket. Still like my Z10 but the device should have launched with a $399 price tag at launch. Would have sold way more units and depreciated slower.

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    12-13-13 06:45 AM
  8. curvezzz's Avatar
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    You know you can edit a previous post right?!

    ? AT&T Z10 STL100-3/10.2.0.1791 ?
    12-13-13 08:00 AM
  9. cdnynot's Avatar
    I thought that it would bother me, I bought my Z10 outright within the first month... I paid approximately 640$ with the taxes.

    But - I love my Z, I'm happy with it and I'm glad I did buy my BlackBerry.
    I've grown attached to the phone, and loaded leaks making it even better.

    Post via my Z10!
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    12-13-13 09:17 AM
  10. TTQ225's Avatar
    I purchased the Z10 at launch in the US, and ended up giving it to my brother when I got the Q10. I have just purchased another Z10 privately for $120. I am glad I got a great device for a steal, but does this bother anyone that BlackBerry has zero value in the market? Specifically the US market.

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    And you discovered about zero value today? However, there is a silver lining here - it has a zero value for thieves.

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    12-13-13 10:42 AM
  11. anon5129477's Avatar
    I put a price tag of about 6.66 cents on an iPhone five. I think using that is more of a disservice than a good thing. That OS will never change. They won't give up the crappy 1million app store. Do really think the old apps could be emulated. On what stable and secure OS. QNX? Please. Thanks for the laugh.
    12-13-13 10:57 AM
  12. Oleg Stanislav's Avatar
    if you ever see a steal like that again... let me know ;D
    12-13-13 11:16 AM
  13. lnichols's Avatar
    You know you can edit a previous post right?!

    ? AT&T Z10 STL100-3/10.2.0.1791 ?
    Yeah I hit the quote button next to edit. Need to pay more attention as it looks similar to when you edit. They should just prevent you from quoting yourself.

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    12-13-13 01:30 PM
  14. devin266's Avatar
    Definitely bothers me that they lose value so fast. I won't be purchasing a BlackBerry product in its early days again.

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    12-13-13 02:43 PM
  15. zensen's Avatar
    Definitely bothers me that they lose value so fast. I won't be purchasing a BlackBerry product in its early days again.

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    That's what happens with tech.

    The z10 is a unique one in that it was a write off. You won't be seeing cheaper prices for the q10 or z30 unless BlackBerry writes them down too.
    12-13-13 02:47 PM
  16. zensen's Avatar
    And the q5.

    Nice one for getting it at that price.
    12-13-13 02:48 PM
  17. BennyX's Avatar
    I've noticed that just in the past month or so, the used market has been flooded with Z10's (on Kijiji, anyhow).. it's hilarious how much some people are asking for them though.
    12-13-13 02:53 PM
  18. twstd.reality's Avatar
    Doesn't bother me at all.

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    12-13-13 03:04 PM
  19. copeland007's Avatar
    I put a price tag of about 6.66 cents on an iPhone five. I think using that is more of a disservice than a good thing. That OS will never change. They won't give up the crappy 1million app store. Do really think the old apps could be emulated. On what stable and secure OS. QNX? Please. Thanks for the laugh.
    What are you talking about?
    12-13-13 03:11 PM
  20. BB30000's Avatar
    Bothers me that BlackBerry hasn't sold this device, but besides that doesn't bother me in the least, a phone is not an investment.

    Via The BlackBerry Z10 Experience.
    12-13-13 03:13 PM
  21. VR6's Avatar
    I purchased the Z10 at launch in the US, and ended up giving it to my brother when I got the Q10. I have just purchased another Z10 privately for $120. I am glad I got a great device for a steal, but does this bother anyone that BlackBerry has zero value in the market? Specifically the US market.

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    It just annoys me that BBRY doesn't show the world what BBRYs can do, so I have to do it for people who ask me about it. Also I have to defend my BBRY whenever I come across ignorant people. Otherwise I'm happy with my Z10, otherwise I wouldn't be carrying it.
    12-13-13 05:55 PM
  22. BryantCarpio's Avatar
    It just annoys me that BBRY doesn't show the world what BBRYs can do, so I have to do it for people who ask me about it. Also I have to defend my BBRY whenever I come across ignorant people. Otherwise I'm happy with my Z10, otherwise I wouldn't be carrying it.
    My question wasn't asking if you were happy with your device. It was asking how you felt about the current "value" of the device.

    I used the word "value", because it is completely determined by perception. Perception in the US of A, gives BlackBerry zero value.

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    12-13-13 06:06 PM
  23. BryantCarpio's Avatar
    In Germany you get more ? for a used BlackBerry z10 as you have to pay for a new one. Strange.

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    That's why I said "specifically in the US"

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    12-13-13 06:07 PM
  24. BryantCarpio's Avatar
    It will probably prevent me from being early adopter of anything BlackBerry again. Between my PlayBook week one purchase and Z10 week one purchase I paid over $1300 for devices that rapidly lost value and both can be bought for about $300 combined now. I should have bought an iPad because it would be worth more and still supported by Apple unlike the PlayBook. I bet my kids iPhone 5 could still fetch $500 aftermarket.

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    I must agree with you Inichols, I as well an early adopter of the PlayBook and BB10 devices, except for the Z30.

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    12-13-13 06:10 PM
  25. VR6's Avatar
    My question wasn't asking if you were happy with your device. It was asking how you felt about the current "value" of the device.

    I used the word "value", because it is completely determined by perception. Perception in the US of A, gives BlackBerry zero value.

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    OOOOhhh well in that case it has increased in value since the day I bought it. But I'm happy that it will only cost me $120 to replace my phone if I ever break it and not $800. I'm however not so happy about BBRY as a bumbling company.
    12-13-13 06:11 PM
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