11-25-2013 03:42 PM
My Z10 is the first smart phone I have owned. I am retired and there are not a lot of us older folks walking around with smart phones. After watching the zombies on transit playing with their phones and walking down the street texting and bumping into people I thought this is insane and I would never get one but here I am with one in a nicely made leather swivel holster attached to my belt. I am happy about my decision to get one. It's handy not just for phone calls but more for receiving messages text or email wherever I am. I purchased a BlackBerry because it is a Canadian product. It's a well built device with an excellent OS. I like the compact size of the Z10 and I hope they continue with this model as well as the newer Z30. The Z10 is comparable in size to the popular Iphone and this was another feature that influenced me to buy the Z10. It's a very nicely designed phone and I hope Blackberry retains a future product with the dimensions of the Z10.
11-28-2013 07:55 PM
12-15-2013 11:44 AM
12-15-2013 11:47 PM
Til now, Im still using my Onyx2 (9780). Nice keypad and also I love for provider's BB packets communication.
Coz no worries about the quota/package will be run-out before the schedules to topup.
With my Dev Alpha C, I always run-out my quota too fast!
I take packet data for my Dev Alpha C is quota 1,5Gb month. But always run-out only for 2 days (not more than 3 days).
With BBOS, all features is in one packet. And surely I just topup once in a month or once for 6 months.
yeaaa.. all devices is there's plus and minus for each.
So now, I always active 24hours still in my Onyx2. and in Dev Alpha C only active until the packet data off, and I wouldn't do topup before next month since my last topup.
I love BB very much... I will still using BB for my bbm and all features that compatible to my BB.
I wish, all apps in androids and mac, will be served into Blackberry. Yea... My dreams are all apps will Bulid for Blackberry (soon)..
for some apps that not served in Blackberry, so I still using HTC One and my iphone beside Blackberry, to carring them everywhere...
02-01-2014 12:41 AM
I had downloded LINE application for free international calls. However, I was sad when the message was shown this application cannot be loaded for this devise. Same thing happened with VIBER, Than I found out that BlackBerry had some special application for free calls known as VOXOFON. I could download it but to my dismay, it was not free, it was asking for loading some $ as credit to continue. I am repending for purchasing BlackBerry Z10. Any simple Android would have been much better.