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[eBay.ca] [ebay] blackberry leap new sealed - 69.99

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[eBay.ca] [ebay] blackberry leap new sealed - 69.99

Good throw away phone for the price

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https://www.ebay.ca/itm/New-BlackBerry- ... 3d23962b9d
Last edited by sexyj on Mar 19th, 2018 10:27 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Not in "new condition" but actually "new".
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sandav wrote:
Mar 19th, 2018 10:54 am
Not in "new condition" but actually "new".
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BlackBerry OS :facepalm: .... big deal breaker.
When you upvote my posts, this is what happens:
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Fact check, none of the above is valid.
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PriceHunter wrote:
Mar 19th, 2018 10:59 am
BlackBerry OS :facepalm: .... big deal breaker.
As a communications device, this is still a great phone with a very nice OS...so long as apps are unimportant to you.
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NETWORK

2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G bands LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800)
Carrier Frequencies 7-Eleven SpeakOut
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Carrier Network does not support 4G LTE
Carrier Frequencies Bell
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies Chatr
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Carrier Network does not support 4G LTE
Carrier Frequencies CityFone
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies EastLink
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Device not compatible
Result Device not compatible
Carrier Frequencies Fido
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies Freedom Mobile
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result Device not compatible
Result Device not compatible
Carrier Frequencies IceWireless
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Carrier Network does not support 4G LTE
Carrier Frequencies Keewaytinook Mobile
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Carrier Network does not support 4G LTE
Carrier Frequencies Koodo
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Device not compatible


Carrier Frequencies Mobilicity
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Carrier Network does not support 4G LTE
Carrier Frequencies MTS
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Device not compatible
Carrier Frequencies PC Mobile (Post-Paid)
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Device not compatible
Carrier Frequencies PC Mobile (Pre-Paid)
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies Petro-Canada Mobility
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Carrier Network does not support 4G LTE
Carrier Frequencies Primus
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies Public Mobile
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies Rogers
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies SaskTel
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Device not compatible
Carrier Frequencies Sears Connect Mobile
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz


Carrier Frequencies Solo Mobile
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Carrier Network does not support 4G LTE
Carrier Frequencies Sugar Mobile
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Carrier Network does not support 4G LTE
Carrier Frequencies Talk and Save
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies Tbaytel
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies Telus
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies Videotron
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result Device not compatible
Result Device not compatible
Carrier Frequencies Virgin Mobile
Result Carrier Network does not support 2G
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
Carrier Frequencies Zoomer
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result 850MHz, 1900MHz
Result Band7-2600MHz
777canadian wrote:
Mar 19th, 2018 11:09 am
Wool this work on Freedom mobile network?
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sandav wrote:
Mar 19th, 2018 11:02 am
As a communications device, this is still a great phone with a very nice OS...so long as apps are unimportant to you.
Shouldn't a communications devices support the most popular Instant Messaging apps?
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Oct 4, 2016
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Based on recent news Blackberry has stopped offering paid apps for BB10 OS. I guess browser updates will be phased out at some point as well.
So basically it is better to buy a used Android phone.
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TransporterSD wrote:
Mar 19th, 2018 11:09 am
I wish this was android
Why? This thing still has the old Snapdragon from the Galaxy S3.

Even a $50 prepaid phone with a POS Mediatek runs better than this if it's Android.

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