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BlackBerry Classic or Passport for Sprint? Or is this just wishful thinking..

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Hi,

 

Are there any rumblings of the Classic or Passport coming to Sprint? Or any of the other US carriers, for that matter? I've heard nothing through the official channels or CrackBerry. I'd like to go back to BB when Sprint gives me my upgrade in May 2015.. but was hoping they'd have something newer than the Q10.

 

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I'm in a wait and see mode myself

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I was reading on BlackBerry's preorder page for the Classic that it'll be available for both GSM and CDMA networks.. So that's promising.. Just have to wait for the Dec. 17th launch to know for sure.

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