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Verizon Wireless CEO Hopes to “Meet the Needs for… Loyal BlackBerry Customers”

Dan Mead

Verizon Wireless CEO, Dan Mead, spoke a bit about their plans for BlackBerry (and Windows Phone) in an investor conference today. According to CNET, Mead had only good things to say about future BlackBerry plans. He noted that there remain a lot of BlackBerry users on the Verizon network and while the Z10 is released he specifically noted demand for the Q10 with the full keyboard. Sadly he did not drop a release date…

He specifically noted that:

"We’re hopeful it will meet the needs for our customers who have been loyal BlackBerry customers,”

I really hope that means they will be releasing OS updates in the future that do not lag behind every other carrier by a few months. Mead also said that they are still committed to rolling out Voice Over LTE (VoLTE) in 2014 which should be sweet!

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  1. I personally hate when people refer to a product as “meeting the needs of a vendor’s existing customers.” It shows they have no commitment or faith in that product being of value to a wider audience.

    Sprint’s Q10 press-release talking point had a similar tone to it.

    I really hope this changes, and carriers in the US market BB10 a bit more seriously to the general public.

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