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  1. melb_me's Avatar
    You can order NOW under "Small Business" for $650.00 No Contract and free shipping.
    10-15-13 09:29 AM
  2. teslatradeup's Avatar
    You can order NOW under "Small Business" for $650.00 No Contract and free shipping.
    Not unlocked I presume?
    10-15-13 09:42 AM
  3. btothemalm's Avatar
    Does anyone know what the model number of this device is yet?
    10-15-13 09:45 AM
  4. UberBlackBerry's Avatar
    I believe it is the STL0005 Black only no wireless charging

    Posted via CB10
    Attachment 210733
    10-15-13 09:46 AM
  5. btothemalm's Avatar
    So Bell and Telus both have the same model number?
    10-15-13 09:47 AM
  6. melb_me's Avatar
    So Bell and Telus both have the same model number?
    Yes as they share a lot of cell towers.
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    10-15-13 09:52 AM
  7. melb_me's Avatar
    LBBSTA1005BK = Telus Model
    Bell specs:
    LTE compatibility
    700/850/1700/1900 MHz
    HSPA/UMTS compatibility
    850/900/1900/2100 MHz
    GPRS/EDGE compatibility
    850/900/1800/1900 MHz
    Telus specs:
    Network (LTE) 700MHz (Band 17) / 850MHz (Band 5) / 1900MHz (Band 2) / AWS (Band 4) / 2600MHz (Band 7)
    Network (HSPA) 2100MHz (Band I) / 1900MHz (Band II) / AWS (Band IV) /850MHz (Band V)
    Network (GSM) 850MHz / 900MHz / 1800MHz / 1900MHz
    10-15-13 09:58 AM
  8. lawguyman's Avatar
    I'd be interested in one of these here in the US if one of my Canadian friends could hook me up.

    Posted via CB10
    10-15-13 11:07 AM
  9. btothemalm's Avatar
    LBBSTA1005BK = Telus Model
    Bell specs:
    LTE compatibility
    700/850/1700/1900 MHz
    HSPA/UMTS compatibility
    850/900/1900/2100 MHz
    GPRS/EDGE compatibility
    850/900/1800/1900 MHz
    Telus specs:
    Network (LTE) 700MHz (Band 17) / 850MHz (Band 5) / 1900MHz (Band 2) / AWS (Band 4) / 2600MHz (Band 7)
    Network (HSPA) 2100MHz (Band I) / 1900MHz (Band II) / AWS (Band IV) /850MHz (Band V)
    Network (GSM) 850MHz / 900MHz / 1800MHz / 1900MHz
    So it appears that a Bell model STA100-5 will work on T-Mobile LTE correct?
    T-Mobile Network Frequency usage:
    Frequency Band Band number Radio Interface Generation
    850*MHz 5 GSM/GPRS/EDGE 2G
    850*MHz*CLR 5 UMTS/HSPA+ 3G
    1900*MHz 2 GSM/GPRS/EDGE 2G
    1700*MHz*AWS 4 UMTS/HSPA+ 42Mbit/s 3G
    1900*MHz*PCS 2 UMTS/HSPA+ 21Mbit/s 3G
    1700*MHz*AWS 4 LTE 4G
    10-15-13 11:27 AM
  10. rockivy's Avatar
    Bell or Telus

    They Share the same towers across Canada

    Posted by the Zed of rockivy
    10-15-13 11:42 AM
  11. raino's Avatar
    So it appears that a Bell model STA100-5 will work on T-Mobile LTE correct?
    They don't have the UMTS (HSPA) 1700 band listed in the phone's specs. Which could easily be an omission on their part, because they don't use the UMTS 1700 network.
    10-15-13 12:06 PM
  12. habs_fan's Avatar
    LBBSTA1005BK = Telus Model
    Bell specs:
    LTE compatibility
    700/850/1700/1900 MHz
    HSPA/UMTS compatibility
    850/900/1900/2100 MHz
    GPRS/EDGE compatibility
    850/900/1800/1900 MHz
    Telus specs:
    Network (LTE) 700MHz (Band 17) / 850MHz (Band 5) / 1900MHz (Band 2) / AWS (Band 4) / 2600MHz (Band 7)
    Network (HSPA) 2100MHz (Band I) / 1900MHz (Band II) / AWS (Band IV) /850MHz (Band V)
    Network (GSM) 850MHz / 900MHz / 1800MHz / 1900MHz
    I'm pretty sure that would work on rogers (unlocked) as well

    Posted from my Z10STL100-3/10.2.0.1761
    10-15-13 02:11 PM
  13. SEAWARRIOR's Avatar
    I believe it is the STL0005 Black only no wireless charging

    Posted via CB10
    Attachment 210733
    is there a way to convert non-wireless charging to wireless charging, i.e. change the battery door???
    10-15-13 02:41 PM
  14. jay_men's Avatar
    Looks like the rumoured $129 on a 2 year term was indeed true. Not bad for an intro price.

    TELUS Mobility - BlackBerry

    Other TELUS 2 year term offerings:

    iPhone 5 16GB $129
    iPhone 5c 16GB $129
    HTC One $149
    Samsung GALAXY S4 $179
    LG G2 $199
    Nokia Lumia 1020 $199
    Sony Xperia Z1 $199
    iPhone 5s 16GB $229
    10-15-13 03:01 PM
  15. UberBlackBerry's Avatar
    Telus business rep emailed me back no white ETA.at this point sorry folks also no way to convert to a wireless model not like the Nokia where you swap out the door. I'm want one bad but going to wait for a white one and poss find the STL0003 model. Jealous of you guys with one today. I would love if it turns out Rogers gets the 0003 I will do as I promised buy it outright and switch my 3 Rogers business line to Telus!

    Posted via CB10
    10-15-13 03:21 PM
  16. raino's Avatar
    The -3 is the Verizon model, and if I read the FCC filings correctly, it may be compatible with Robellus' HSPA and 1700 MHz LTE networks (certainly the latter.)
    10-15-13 05:15 PM
  17. altrax's Avatar
    LBBSTA1005BK = Telus Model
    Bell specs:
    LTE compatibility
    700/850/1700/1900 MHz
    HSPA/UMTS compatibility
    850/900/1900/2100 MHz
    GPRS/EDGE compatibility
    850/900/1800/1900 MHz
    Telus specs:
    Network (LTE) 700MHz (Band 17) / 850MHz (Band 5) / 1900MHz (Band 2) / AWS (Band 4) / 2600MHz (Band 7)
    Network (HSPA) 2100MHz (Band I) / 1900MHz (Band II) / AWS (Band IV) /850MHz (Band V)
    Network (GSM) 850MHz / 900MHz / 1800MHz / 1900MHz
    Hold the Phone! (Literally)
    Are you trying to tell me that the Telus Z30 will support Rogers 2600 band LTE while the Bell Z30 will not? I was under the impression that the STA100-5 (the model I thought both Carrier will have) only supported 700, 850, 1700, 1900 Band LTE????

    I am a rogers user and was about to go out and buy a Bell Z30 and skip on the 2600 Band LTE (because after all Rogers hasn't said what device they will eventually carry and they may just stock the same STA100-5 that Bell and Telus have so it would be dumb to wait weeks for them to have the Z30 Ready) But if someone can confirm that the Telus Z30 does indeed support 2600 LTE then the choice is a no brainer
    habs_fan likes this.
    10-15-13 06:05 PM
  18. habs_fan's Avatar
    Hold the Phone! (Literally)
    Are you trying to tell me that the Telus Z30 will support Rogers 2600 band LTE while the Bell Z30 will not? I was under the impression that the STA100-5 (the model I thought both Carrier will have) only supported 700, 850, 1700, 1900 Band LTE????

    I am a rogers user and was about to go out and buy a Bell Z30 and skip on the 2600 Band LTE (because after all Rogers hasn't said what device they will eventually carry and they may just stock the same STA100-5 that Bell and Telus have so it would be dumb to wait weeks for them to have the Z30 Ready) But if someone can confirm that the Telus Z30 does indeed support 2600 LTE then the choice is a no brainer
    I'd love to hear this answer! Lol I ordered a Telus Z39 though the website so hopefully it does 2600

    Posted from my Z10STL100-3/10.2.0.1761
    10-15-13 06:15 PM
  19. raino's Avatar
    Hold the Phone! (Literally)
    Are you trying to tell me that the Telus Z30 will support Rogers 2600 band LTE while the Bell Z30 will not? I was under the impression that the STA100-5 (the model I thought both Carrier will have) only supported 700, 850, 1700, 1900 Band LTE????

    I am a rogers user and was about to go out and buy a Bell Z30 and skip on the 2600 Band LTE (because after all Rogers hasn't said what device they will eventually carry and they may just stock the same STA100-5 that Bell and Telus have so it would be dumb to wait weeks for them to have the Z30 Ready) But if someone can confirm that the Telus Z30 does indeed support 2600 LTE then the choice is a no brainer
    I'd love to hear this answer! Lol I ordered a Telus Z39 though the website so hopefully it does 2600
    This is interesting. Telus' model does indeed say that it has LTE 2600, while the Bell model (which should have had it, instead of Telus) does not. Moreover, the Bell model has a non-North American UMTS band (900 MHz) too, so the two must be selling different models. And from personal experience, Telus does a much better job at listing network bands that they don't even use, while Bell may or may not list such bands.

    But to answer your questions: the Telus Z30 looks more complete, but you should be able to use either carrier's on Rogers. Remember, the Rogers Z10 does not have the LTE 2600 band either (nor does their secondary Q10,) and if that was good enough for use on Rogers, so is the Bell Z30.

    I wonder if what Telus is selling is the STA100-1...
    habs_fan likes this.
    10-15-13 07:43 PM
  20. raino's Avatar
    LBBSTA1005BK = Telus Model
    How sure are you STA100-5 is the model#? Because the Telus and Bell STA100-5s seem to be packing different bands.

    If someone has actually bought a Telus Z30 and could chime in with what the box/paperwork says for a model#, I'd really appreciate it.
    10-15-13 08:22 PM
  21. peterluc80's Avatar
    How sure are you STA100-5 is the model#? Because the Telus and Bell STA100-5s seem to be packing different bands.

    If someone has actually bought a Telus Z30 and could chime in with what the box/paperwork says for a model#, I'd really appreciate it.
    I buy one today at Telus, I'm with Rogers and everything work. The model end with 5 yes.
    raino likes this.
    10-15-13 08:29 PM
  22. altrax's Avatar
    Yeah I would appreciate it as well, as I find it hard to believe that the STA100-5 has 2600 band if BlackBerry said it didn't... So either a major typo by Telus or they have the STA100-2?

    So if a Telus rep or someone who has purchased the Z30 from Telus could confirm the model number that would be swell

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    10-15-13 08:31 PM
  23. raino's Avatar
    Yeah I would appreciate it as well, as I find it hard to believe that the STA100-5 has 2600 band if BlackBerry said it didn't... So either a major typo by Telus or they have the STA100-2?
    It can't be the STA100-2, because the -2 does not have any 1700 MHz bands.

    Here's what BlackBerry actually says about the STA100-5:

    Tri-band LTE support: LTE 850, LTE 2100, LTE 2600 MHz band
    Quad-band HSPA+ support: UMTS 800/UMTS 850, AWS 1700, PCS 1900, IMT 2100 MHz band

    Note that this doesn't match either Telus's or Bell's complete listings
    10-15-13 08:35 PM
  24. dezzilak's Avatar
    I buy one today at Telus, I'm with Rogers and everything work. The model end with 5 yes.
    Without even unlocking it? You bought it, out on your SIM and all was good? Damn, if that's so, I'm going tomorrow!

    Posted via CB10
    10-15-13 08:46 PM
  25. melb_me's Avatar
    LBBSTA1005BK = Telus Model
    This is the model number l was given when I ordered the phone.
    10-15-13 10:08 PM
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