Last week, we ran a poll on whether or not or not BlackBerry ought to supply the Z3 in North American markets. Our COO, Niko Giannopoulos, gave the next cause:
“The cause behind this publish isn't for me to precise my emotions on the gadget however extra of a dialog starter. The final yr we have now seen an enormous motion behind the transfer away from P yr contracts and the plain rise of pay as you go accounts. BlackBerry coming off a bitter divorce with T-Mobile, the main pay as you go service supplier within the USA, now has even much less retailers to promote its units. T- Mobile has many subsidiaries together with Metro PCS, Simple Mobile and their Wal-Mart line.”
The ballot gave some fascinating statistics. As of this writing, 89.29% of our readers who voted consider the BlackBerry Z3 must be out there in North America. One commenter, Anthony, agreed saying, “Yes. Any market wants cheap smartphones. A $200 LTE Z3 would work in North America.”
It might be fascinating to see if BlackBerry obliges. Once the BlackBerry Z3 LTE (Manitoba) is on the market, probably round March 2015, maybe we'll see it enterprise away from Asian markets and transfer into North America. Readers, are you continue to with the assumption it might be useful to BlackBerry?