Carry Blackberry Passport Phone

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Can koodo start carrying the Blackberry Passport?

I've stuck with my blackberry curve for 4 years, and its been great for me. But its reaching the end of its life, and i don't want to switch to an Iphone or Samsung phone. Sometime soon would be nice, because I don't want to get one when its been on the market for 6 months. To put that into perspective, 6 months is about how long it takes for a new iphone to come out!

If Koodo could work on this, that would be greatly appreciated.
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Shehryar Gill

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Posted 4 years ago

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Ezilla Moto

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Ho Shehryar,

I'm with you on this one. Koodo, Blackberry Passport is a solid device for your customers.
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Telus already offers the Passport for $750 no contract.

Since Telus owns Koodo and they share network infrastructure, Telus phones work on Koodo without having to be unlocked.
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I agree, Koodo should carry the BlackBerry Passport! Although they could purchase it at Telus, a lot of customers would like to use the tab to help purchase it.
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The main problem is Blackberry devices just don't sell very much anymore, let alone at a carrier like Koodo. I think we'd be more likely to see them add something entry level than something high end (kinda like the Windows phones). Oh and most phones (including iPhones) run on a 12 month cycle (iPhone 5, Sept 21 2012, 5s Sept 20 2013, 6 Sept 19 2014)
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AT&T in the USA is going to carry the BlackBerry Passport now! Since we all watch American TV maybe more people will see it in commercials as they promote it and look for it at their respective providers. Koodo could carry it since it is a fantastic phone!

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