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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Location
    Brighton uk
    Device
    Priv/ Keyone
    OS
    Android
    Carrier
    T-Mobile & 3 UK
    Posts
    159

    Found a Passport

    Hi, Passports are all sold out and on backorder where i live, so finding one is not possible, it would be long wait to try it,
    then i visited my contact who deals in electronic devices yesterday, where i find new boxed classic Nokia phones for my collection, and there in a display case was a Passport, i said you have one so soon?, they have just been released,
    a new owner came in and wanted to sell it and there it sat in it's box still factory sealed a sim free/ UK version, price was after converting to dollars 450USD,
    as i have set my mind on getting the Classic i had to walk away it was a hard choice that's life,
    looks like Blackberry have a winner with the Passport and they can not supply enough, hoping when the Classic arrives they have reasonable stocks
    one 9900 hold out is waiting money in hand.



  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Location
    Gainesville, FL
    PIN
    Jarmeling
    Device
    Passport
    OS
    10.3.2.2134
    Carrier
    AT&T
    Posts
    589
    Wow! Must have been a tough decision. I'm waiting on the Classic too, but not sure what I'd do if I was standing in front of a Passport.
    BB then, now, forever!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2015
    Device
    Passport
    Posts
    10
    Quote Originally Posted by merlin29 View Post
    Hi, Passports are all sold out and on backorder where i live, so finding one is not possible, it would be long wait to try it,
    then i visited my contact who deals in electronic devices yesterday, where i find new boxed classic Nokia phones for my collection, and there in a display case was a Passport, i said you have one so soon?, they have just been released,
    a new owner came in and wanted to sell it and there it sat in it's box still factory sealed a sim free/ UK version, price was after converting to dollars 450USD,
    as i have set my mind on getting the Classic i had to walk away it was a hard choice that's life,
    looks like Blackberry have a winner with the Passport and they can not supply enough, hoping when the Classic arrives they have reasonable stocks
    one 9900 hold out is waiting money in hand.
    I love my Passport! I thought the PKB was too wide but I feel right into it, so that now when I tested a Priv, the keyboard feels so very tiny!



  4. #4
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Location
    Brighton uk
    Device
    Priv/ Keyone
    OS
    Android
    Carrier
    T-Mobile & 3 UK
    Posts
    159
    Hi it's been a long time since my last post about the Blackberry Passport, and at last I have just bought a new Black original version and the wait has been worth while, it is the best Blackberry I have owned and the size is perfect and the keyboard took a while to get used to and battery life is very good, and of course it runs BB10 and will compliment my Q!0, I have tried the new Priv running Android the keyboard is two small and Android is personally not a replacement for BB10, and will probably look for a passport SE next year as once you have used a passport nothing else will do.

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