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Blackberry key2 sim free £369.99 Carphone Warehouse
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Blackberry key2 sim free £369.99 Carphone Warehouse

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Posted 27th Sep 2018
Get 12 month sim only with o2 or Vodafone and then cancel within cooling off period to get this price.
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aj29427/09/2018 07:37

That is an ugly phone


That's merely just an opinion
Edited by: "Laca21" 27th Sep 2018
That is an ugly phone
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That is an ugly phone
aj29427/09/2018 07:37

That is an ugly phone


That's merely just an opinion
Edited by: "Laca21" 27th Sep 2018
Laca2127/09/2018 07:51

That's merely just an opinion


Great if u got big savoy fingers
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monkey19992 h, 37 m ago

Great if u got big savoy fingers



How are really tiny buttons good for huge fingers?
Keyboards better for fatties
I tried this before returning it within 14 days. I made my mind up within 20 minutes of using it. I have used blackberry before but this is a mess. Blackberry should have stuck with their own operating system. I cam see myself having this for casual work usage to support another main phone but if you can only afford or carry one phone i cannot recommend this.
This is not a Sim free deal, should be clear that you need to take out a contract
bruce0073 h, 8 m ago

I tried this before returning it within 14 days. I made my mind up within …I tried this before returning it within 14 days. I made my mind up within 20 minutes of using it. I have used blackberry before but this is a mess. Blackberry should have stuck with their own operating system. I cam see myself having this for casual work usage to support another main phone but if you can only afford or carry one phone i cannot recommend this.



I just sold my original keyone, only had it 2 months but was overheating, freezing up and telling me every 5 mins my memory was low.keyboard was not as good as I had hoped either..changed to a Sony xz1 compact and life is good again.
One upon a time I was a BlackBerry fan but now they make silly phones at not so value prices.
aj29427/09/2018 07:37

That is an ugly phone


They're dying a slow death
montana7827/09/2018 23:51

They're dying a slow death


I thought they had already Like Nokia they carried on with their own OS for too long.
Marzman28/09/2018 00:14

I thought they had already Like Nokia they carried on with their own OS …I thought they had already Like Nokia they carried on with their own OS for too long.


I still remember the days when symbian os was popular, n95, you had n gage gaming (some of the games were better quality than the rubbish we have now on the play store). Nokia were so big and over confident, that they had only themselves to blame for their downfall, if only they had switched to android, they would still be a big player.
Marzman28/09/2018 00:14

I thought they had already Like Nokia they carried on with their own OS …I thought they had already Like Nokia they carried on with their own OS for too long.


And them choosing windows over android. Lol. My friends girlfriends dad made the decision to stick with Windows aparantly. They've moved to android now but it's too late for nokia and BlackBerry.
technobot4 h, 57 m ago

I still remember the days when symbian os was popular, n95, you had n gage …I still remember the days when symbian os was popular, n95, you had n gage gaming (some of the games were better quality than the rubbish we have now on the play store). Nokia were so big and over confident, that they had only themselves to blame for their downfall, if only they had switched to android, they would still be a big player.


N95 was their last decent phone I had. After they moved to their new phones with resistive touchscreen they flopped. And went worse with Windows.
Cold from me, blackberry is lost cause
Good deal and great phone but voting cold since the need to cancel contract is not mentioned on the main post
montana7828/09/2018 06:54

And them choosing windows over android. Lol. My friends girlfriends dad …And them choosing windows over android. Lol. My friends girlfriends dad made the decision to stick with Windows aparantly. They've moved to android now but it's too late for nokia and BlackBerry.


Yep. I watched a documentary where one of the Nokia executives said when he got an early iPhone and his kid knew how to use it straight away he knew they were in trouble. They were also saying MS deliberately ran them into the ground so they could takeover the company but I'm not sure I believe that.
Marzman28/09/2018 12:27

Yep. I watched a documentary where one of the Nokia executives said when …Yep. I watched a documentary where one of the Nokia executives said when he got an early iPhone and his kid knew how to use it straight away he knew they were in trouble. They were also saying MS deliberately ran them into the ground so they could takeover the company but I'm not sure I believe that.


I'm sure a company would want to damage a company it wants to take over. It takes a very very long time and lots of money to gain back customers trust
montana784 h, 50 m ago

I'm sure a company would want to damage a company it wants to take over. …I'm sure a company would want to damage a company it wants to take over. It takes a very very long time and lots of money to gain back customers trust


They weren't after the customers they were after the patents
Would you not have to return the phone when cancelling the contract. I can’t see where it says it’s simonly?
Blackberry went tits up after their playbook release, lying to investors and customers, charging iPad prices for an unfinished product and offering no support. Amazed they're still going, guess they're living off their patents, which no doubt apple or Google will buy within the next 5 years.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 28th Sep 2018
montana7828/09/2018 06:54

And them choosing windows over android. Lol. My friends girlfriends dad …And them choosing windows over android. Lol. My friends girlfriends dad made the decision to stick with Windows aparantly. They've moved to android now but it's too late for nokia and BlackBerry.


Too late for Nokia? What are you on? They've been doing amazingly well recently, their sales just keep going up.
Benjimaestro28/09/2018 22:07

Too late for Nokia? What are you on? They've been doing amazingly well …Too late for Nokia? What are you on? They've been doing amazingly well recently, their sales just keep going up.


Considering how low they went that's not a challenge. Besides they aren't really Nokia any more. Just another company that bought the name
Pondlife1 h, 56 m ago

Considering how low they went that's not a challenge. Besides they aren't …Considering how low they went that's not a challenge. Besides they aren't really Nokia any more. Just another company that bought the name


The company who have licences to their name is made up primarily of old Nokia execs, so it's not as if it's a random company who slapped the Nokia brand name on generic phones. Sure, they went very low before but even without that they're still selling a lot of phones - they're on the same level as the big players now.
bhamboysaver28th Sep 2018

Would you not have to return the phone when cancelling the contract. I …Would you not have to return the phone when cancelling the contract. I can’t see where it says it’s simonly?



As far as I can see you are correct, you need to return the phone if you want to cancel the contract and have checked with Carphone Warehouse as well

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