1. njrepoman's Avatar
    I was at the RSA trade show last week at stopped at the Blackberry booth and felt like I was slapped in the face.
    I became a Blackberry user in 1999 when my employer purchased 500 units for top executives. Since then I have been very loyal as security and organization are my priorities. I even suffered through wearing out 3 9900's while waiting for BB10.
    I was hoping that when I stopped at the booth I might get a hint of a new all-touch replacement on the horizon for my Z30, which now has a cracked screen for two weeks. Instead of any hope of a new phone coming, I was told they are concentrating on "enterprise" customers. Really? Am I not an enterprise customer? Does that mean "enterprise" people need to have two phones? Or does "enterprise" mean I have a POS Blackberry that my friends laugh at, demonstrating I'm a cog in a sad wheel? At one company I had to pay for the BES server license OUT OF MY POCKET since I was the last user refusing to accept a company iPhone.
    The tech, hardware, expertise, and even money is all the to make the best next generation phones in a huge market. Yet this company chooses to sell it's balls to the lowest bidder. I'm hanging it up and buying an Android.
    bp2k7 likes this.
    04-29-15 03:21 PM
  2. MobileMadness002's Avatar
    I was at the RSA trade show last week at stopped at the Blackberry booth and felt like I was slapped in the face.
    I became a Blackberry user in 1999 when my employer purchased 500 units for top executives. Since then I have been very loyal as security and organization are my priorities. I even suffered through wearing out 3 9900's while waiting for BB10.
    I was hoping that when I stopped at the booth I might get a hint of a new all-touch replacement on the horizon for my Z30, which now has a cracked screen for two weeks. Instead of any hope of a new phone coming, I was told they are concentrating on "enterprise" customers. Really? Am I not an enterprise customer? Does that mean "enterprise" people need to have two phones? Or does "enterprise" mean I have a POS Blackberry that my friends laugh at, demonstrating I'm a cog in a sad wheel? At one company I had to pay for the BES server license OUT OF MY POCKET since I was the last user refusing to accept a company iPhone.
    The tech, hardware, expertise, and even money is all the to make the best next generation phones in a huge market. Yet this company chooses to sell it's balls to the lowest bidder. I'm hanging it up and buying an Android.
    Choose a device that works for you.
    04-29-15 03:31 PM
  3. anon(2313227)'s Avatar
    Replace your Z30 with another Z30, they are pretty much dirt cheap now. What are you expecting from an new all-touch that the Z30 doesn't already do?
    04-29-15 03:36 PM
  4. mad_mdx's Avatar
    Get another screen, and buy a passport.
    A lot of users switched from z30 to passport, I can tell you it's pretty slick. The screen real-estate you get because the keyboard doesn't take space on the screen is awesome
    04-29-15 03:43 PM
  5. redlightblinking's Avatar
    You're hanging it up and moving to Android based solely on the response some person at a trade show booth gave you? It's not like you can't just fix your screen or get a replacement phone. I'm not sure I understand this.
    rthonpm likes this.
    04-29-15 03:54 PM
  6. TheScionicMan's Avatar
    security and organization are my priorities.

    I'm hanging it up and buying an Android.
    So BBRY isn't the only one to change their priorities...
    -Puck- likes this.
    04-29-15 03:57 PM
  7. Bobert_123's Avatar
    Disgusted at what? That blackberry isn't currently building a device that you want? Come on man...

    Sent from my Passport
    05-02-15 12:37 PM
  8. Hazo's Avatar
    I was at the RSA trade show last week at stopped at the Blackberry booth and felt like I was slapped in the face.
    I became a Blackberry user in 1999 when my employer purchased 500 units for top executives. Since then I have been very loyal as security and organization are my priorities. I even suffered through wearing out 3 9900's while waiting for BB10.
    I was hoping that when I stopped at the booth I might get a hint of a new all-touch replacement on the horizon for my Z30, which now has a cracked screen for two weeks. Instead of any hope of a new phone coming, I was told they are concentrating on "enterprise" customers. Really? Am I not an enterprise customer? Does that mean "enterprise" people need to have two phones? Or does "enterprise" mean I have a POS Blackberry that my friends laugh at, demonstrating I'm a cog in a sad wheel? At one company I had to pay for the BES server license OUT OF MY POCKET since I was the last user refusing to accept a company iPhone.
    The tech, hardware, expertise, and even money is all the to make the best next generation phones in a huge market. Yet this company chooses to sell it's balls to the lowest bidder. I'm hanging it up and buying an Android.
    Waaaaaahhhhhh.
    BCITMike likes this.
    05-02-15 12:43 PM
  9. Im Mo Green's Avatar
    I was at the RSA trade show last week at stopped at the Blackberry booth and felt like I was slapped in the face.
    I became a Blackberry user in 1999 when my employer purchased 500 units for top executives. Since then I have been very loyal as security and organization are my priorities. I even suffered through wearing out 3 9900's while waiting for BB10.
    I was hoping that when I stopped at the booth I might get a hint of a new all-touch replacement on the horizon for my Z30, which now has a cracked screen for two weeks. Instead of any hope of a new phone coming, I was told they are concentrating on "enterprise" customers. Really? Am I not an enterprise customer? Does that mean "enterprise" people need to have two phones? Or does "enterprise" mean I have a POS Blackberry that my friends laugh at, demonstrating I'm a cog in a sad wheel? At one company I had to pay for the BES server license OUT OF MY POCKET since I was the last user refusing to accept a company iPhone.
    The tech, hardware, expertise, and even money is all the to make the best next generation phones in a huge market. Yet this company chooses to sell it's balls to the lowest bidder. I'm hanging it up and buying an Android.
    Just one slap in the face? From the jibberish and nonsense in your post, you could use quite a few more.
    Hazo and BCITMike like this.
    05-02-15 12:45 PM
  10. BlackBerry Guy's Avatar
    05-02-15 12:46 PM

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